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Computer keeps losing trust relationship to domain controller

Posted on 2011-02-16
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I am having an issue with a computer at one of my branch offices. It is windows xp pro and connected to our network through a site to site vpn.  I am able to join the computer to the domain, all dcs are in another location.  After 1 day it will lose its trust relationship and not be able to log on to the domain anyone have any ideas?
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Question by:mnevoso
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I had a similar problem yestarday. Try the below link.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976494
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This is a long shot. But if you are using the Cisco VPN client, set the client to start before logon. That way the VPN tunnel is active before the user logs on. Now when the user logs on the workstation can be authenticated at logon.
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