Technically, its not really tied to a domain anyways. Its not like an AD domain or PC. The domain name is put in there so when you create the Security Certs from the Publisher, the domain name is filled in. IE publisher.examplecompany.com on the cert. So the it matches all the way through.
You may see it show it up on CDP on the connected switch as a neighbor. But you should not see it anywhere else.
I think you have to set a no statement on the network domain name. Reboot. Then set the domain and reboot again. (I cant recall though)
Someone else may more info on this, but typically, I ignore whatever is in the domain name of the pub *UNLESS* it is used for SSL certs or CUPS (SIP uses the domain name of the machine also)
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