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Windows 2008 new Install, Administrator account cannot remote access

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I installed a new Windows 2008 server in our test environment. It is a new forest totally and new domain. I enabled remote desktop. I cannot access the server using remote desktop. It gives me error, "the Security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship" I searched the web and none of their causes seem to apply here. AutoLogon does not have a value which could be a issue if it had with Windows 2008.

Any ideas what could be the issue?

Thanks,
Padma
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Yes I have looked at it and I dont have the issue in this case. serviceprincipalname has the correct values
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