Well it took a response directly from Microsoft but here's the answer:

Wmic computersystem where name="%computername%" call joindomainorworkgroup
name="[new workgroup name]"


From: Tom Miller [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: Friday, August 15, 2008 1:44 PM
To: NT System Admin Issues
Subject: RE: How to Display/Change Workgroup name in Server 2008 Core


Have you tried netdom?

>>> "Angus Scott-Fleming" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> 8/15/2008 10:45 AM >>>
On 15 Aug 2008 at 9:28, Bryan Garmon  wrote:

> Bummer... can't download this anymore - 
> Note from Developer: 
> "The bottom line is that the company I worked for has asked me to remove
> tool from the web. I will not be developing the tool anymore and can not
> support it. I have asked about the future of the tool and there is a good
> chance that it will be re-branded under my former employer logo and will
> released to public (not sure whether as shareware or something you pay
> The moment I have more details I will make sure to post an update about
> CoreConfigurator whereabouts."

Google is your friend

    "Download Server Core CoreConfigurator. The developer removed the
    temporarily. As long as nobody complains you can download it at

or here if the above wraps unusably: http://preview.tinyurl.com/6qn7mz

Angus Scott-Fleming
GeoApps, Tucson, Arizona

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