I have two reoccurring issues with Intel Sticks here at work.
1) We cannot get them to join to the domain. Not only is the option not there, we have tried virtually everything we can think of.
We can remote into them using the IP addresses we have given them, but we cannot join them to the domain at all.
2) We have an issue with the intel sticks randomly turning off.
It doesn't matter what settings we create as far as the power plan, it doesnt matter what type of tv (it occurs on 3 different types of tvs) and what settings we have for the tvs.
Right now the domain is more important to get fixed.
It would truly be a life saver.
"Home" products (e.g. Windows 10 Home, Windows 8 Home, etc.) cannot participate in domain security. As such they are not capable of joining a domain. The option to do so does not exist. That's one of the things that separates Home from Professional/Enterprise/etc.
There is an operating system limitation. Windows® 10 Home 32Bit does not include the option to add the PC to a Domain.
It is necessary Windows® 10 Business Pro
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/windows-10-editions Microsoft – Windows 10 Editions
The steps to include a computer into a Domain:
Click Windows® key>Settings>System>About> under PC name the option to Join a domain will be available.