Drive Mapping "The Trust Relationship..." failed

I am attempting to connect to a machine's local drive (hidden share). When I try, I receive "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed."
All machines are Windows XP, on a domain with Windows 2003 servers.
The machine is on the network and can access network resources.

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PCLvl3Connect With a Mentor Author Commented:
After trying all suggestions, the only way I was able to resolve the issue was to connect to the user with Net Meeting, removing from the domain and adding back in. I was surprised that Net Meeting was able to work since I could not even connect to the hidden share,RDP or Dameware.
Check that the server service on the workstation is started.
Adam LeinssCommented:
Is this all computers or just one?
Check the time and date on each computer in relation to each other and the server.  They should be no more then 5 minutes off.  If this is all correct, try unjoining the PC from the domain and then rejoining it.
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PCLvl3Author Commented:
I verifed the Server service is working. The system time/date is correct as well.
My biggest challenge is the machine is at a remote location. Removing/Rejoining from the domain will be difficult since there is no authorized personnel at the remote site to complete the task.

Before deciding the machine has to be sent in, I want to make sure I exhaust all attempts at fixing the machine were it is.
Adam LeinssCommented:
Have you tried connecting to the computer using local credentials, i.e. local administrator?
Try this:
\\targetpc\c$, then under credentials put targetpc\administrator and then the local admin password.  
Does it let you connect now?
PCLvl3Author Commented:
I'll give it a try as soon as I can, I have to wait until the machine gets powered up.
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