Digital Rights Management (DRM) is used to protect copyrighted content from unauthorized use. However, this has taken away the jurisdiction of the consumers over their purchased content as they can no longer freely access the content at any place using any device; given that the license authorizing the consumption of content is typically bound to a particular device. Domain Management provides the flexibility to the consumers to manage their purchased content as they are given the rights to govern their own domain membership. Consumers can dynamically add and remove devices from the domain subject to a domain policy that complies with the policy set by content owners or service providers. We share our implementation experience of domain management using a DRM technology called <i>Marlin</i>. We perceive this work as the first local domain management implementation in a real life practical DRM System.