Basic configuration - Windows
The Basic Config tab lets you provide local information about a Microsoft Windows server, such as its name, workgroup, domain, and user account.
The unique name that should be assigned to the server. Enter a name or check Auto-generate computer name.
Auto-generate computer name
Check this option to generate a name automatically using the Windows algorithm.
OM Server Name
(Optional) Specifies a different name for this server to display when it appears in the BMC Server Automation Console.
The local administrator's password. Enter the password. Then confirm your typing by entering the password again in the Confirm password field.
In Windows 2003 system packages, if you use an administrator password that starts with a pound sign (#), enclose the password in double quotation marks (").
Specifies that the server should be part of a workgroup. Select this option and then enter the name of the workgroup in the text box to the right. A workgroup is a group of computers with the same workgroup name.
Windows server domain
Specifies that the server should be part of a domain. Select this option and then enter the name of the domain in the text box to the right. A workgroup is a group of computers with the same workgroup name.
Create a computer account in the domain
Check this option to create an account so the computer can be added to a domain.
The user name for the account you are creating.
The password for the user's computer account. Enter the password and then confirm your typing by entering the password again in the Confirm password field.
When finished, proceed to the Computer settings - Windows 2008 or later tab.