Windows 7 domain trust issues

We are deploying new Windows 7 notebooks into our 2003 domain. Initially the notebook image is set up as being joined to a workgroup (not on the domain) and when the master image is deployed to a new notebook we rename the notebook, generate a new SID, then join the notebook to the domain. This seems to be ok but after a few logins we receive a trust message from our DC re the domain trust for the machine account of the new notebook . The machine account exists within AD and is active
If we repeat the previous process to get the new notebook back into the domain it all works  for a few more logins after which we get the same issue.
This is happening to all th new windows 7 notebooks we attempt to add to our 2003 domain.
We did not have any such issues with XP any ideas on a fix for this issue?
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What version of Windows 7 are you using?
MithrindalAuthor Commented:
We found the issue, we are a development house and as part of one of our SOE's we are deploying, we use CVS for code version control. The current version of the CVS client (which has a single sign-on  component) cottupts Windoiws 7 domain profiles. We will upgrade to the Windows 7 compliant version of CVS

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MithrindalAuthor Commented:
The solution is specific to the CVS product in our SOE
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