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How fix workstation Vista The security  database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship
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Re-add the system to the domain, you'll need administrator access to the domain for it.

Usually this happens when another PC has been added to the domain with the same name as yours, or when a trigger happy admin deleted the computers account from the domain.

You can re-add a computer by first setting it to workgroup again, then adding it to the domain again.

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