Error Connecting To Vista Enterprise Via Remote Desktop

We have a 10-node network with Windows 2003 Standard server as an PDC (there is no BDC on the network). We only have one Vista machine on the network and whenever I try connecting (after entering username, in DOMAIN\USER format and the password) to it via Remote Desktop I get an error message saying "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed." I do not have the same problem with XP SP2 clients on the network.

Help much appreciated.
towerassetAsked:
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gamma1983Commented:
rejoin the domain and see if that helps
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SysExpertCommented:
Also consider disabling IPv6 in the TCPIP properties.


I hope this helps !

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towerassetAuthor Commented:
I tried disabling IPv6 while connected remotely via GotoAssist, but lost all network connectivity.  Will try both of these solutions just as soon as I return to the site early next week. I will send an update then. Thank you!
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