Windows 7 login
Posted on 2010-11-30
I have a user account set up on a domain with microsoft exchange. All of our computers have an initial login to the machine and then we add then to the domain then we log onto the domain.
It has happened in the past where when logging onto the domain we got the following error:
"The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed"
Usually when this arises we could just log onto the machine not the domain, remove the machine from the domain and re-add it to workgroup, do a restart, log back into the machine and then add it to the domain again and it works.
This error has come up just recently again but we have a new problem. When trying to log onto the machine with the administrator account, we get another message:
"Your account has been disabled. Please see your system administrator."
But the thing is there is no system administrator that monitors this because it is the local machine that is not on the network. So this doesn't make any sense.
I think at this point I am permanently locked out, and have to reformat, but I wanted to know if there was any other solution you could think of.
The machine is running Windows 7 Ultimate.
Thanks in advance.