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Cannot login the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship

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"Cannot login the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship"

The PC or Laptop tries to login to the domian and gets a domain trust error. The issue is happening ramdomly with windows XP & windows 7 PCs. Then after a random amount of time the users is able to login without an issue.

Doesnt effect all users only 5 users but it keeps happening to the same ones. Tried adding them back on the domain still same issue.
You can login to the machine if you remove network cable and reconnect your able to access network resources.
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by:Rich Weissler
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Check the DNS settings on the workstation?  Make certain your domain DNS servers are set for the workstation, and the DNS suffix is correct.  (Especially check the DNS suffix on the workstation.)

Since you didn't mention trusts relationships outside the error message itself, I assume you don't actually have any relevant trust relationships?
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Hi,

This problem is usually caused by name confliction of computer in your domain. Since the current name computer has been turned off for a while, and another one has the same name and accidently a domain member too (a sample copy of machine from Ghost image - but when you/or your coworkers add to domain and forget about the name of it). In this case, try to change the name, and PING the old name to see if it exists or nor.

Another case is: SID Conflict. Usually cause by pre-install OS Image and OS duplication by using Norton Ghost or Acronis True Image ... In this case, you can use System Preparation Wizard for Windows 2000/XP, or Windows System Image Manager in Windows 7 to generate new SIDs for your source images.

To fix the root cause of this problem: Run System Preparation Wizard from your Standard Image of duplication (Ghost Image or Acronis Image).

Hope it helps.
Hao Nguyen.
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disjoin and join your client
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Resetting the computer account in AD should do the trick.
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ok
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Without additional input from the original author, http:#33472083 looks to be the most complete and correct and should be accepted.  Assists for about 100 point each to http:#33472287 and http:#33473074 would be appropriate.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program.  See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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