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trust relation between machine and server

Posted on 2008-10-09
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hi everyone,

I have a sony laptop with Vista downgrade to XP PRO, this laptop break its trust with the server , i have joined the laptop to workgroup and then deleted the name of the machine from server and then rejoin the domain and added the machine name back in but it still gives me the error after working for a while.

how cani solve it?

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is the machine cloned from an image?
if this was done without sysprep you need to change the machine's SID with NEWSID http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897418.aspx
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hi KCTS no it was not cloned from an image, i formated the machine and installed XP pro from fresh CD.
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