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Workstation Frequntley Disconnect from the Domain (Trust Relationshipe failed between workstation & server)

Posted on 2008-09-30
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Hi,

Setup :-

Server : Windows 2003 SP1 - Active Directory Installed
Clients : Windows XP SP2

Problem :-

Few workstations frequently loose trust relationship with the server, we  remove these machine from domain change to workgroup and delete the computer account from the active directory users & computers and rejoin the machine into domain.

This will fix the issue temp, few days later the same problem happen in the same system, when i check the client system's event logs i found the following event logs.

Application Log:-

       Source : Usrenv
       Event ID 1053

System Log :-
 
       Source : LsaSrv
       Event ID : 40961


 
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Question by:kumarnirmal
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by:dan_blagut
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Maybe on this page you will find the rigth answer, because this situation can be produced by many causes.

http://www.eventid.net/display.asp?eventid=40961&eventno=1398&source=LsaSrv&phase=1

Dan
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Hi,

The issue is due the duplicate hostnames(computers with same name in the domain. After rename the duplicate computers seems to be working.

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