troubleshooting Question

Workstations (not on domain and never will be) cannot access a shared folder on Windows Server 2008 R2

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Recently, our Server 2008 R2 server stopped allowing none domain computer or VPN users to access the shared folders.  It used to prompted us for a user name and password and we would use our domain logins to access the shares on the server.  We receive the error code as shown in the picture I have attached.  "The trust relationship between this and the primary domain failed."  How can I get the server to prompt the user name and password again so non domain PC's can access it again.  All of our other servers are working perfect and they are Server 2008 R2 and Server 2003.  Thank you!

Jeff Error code for accessing the server
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