The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed...

Right chaps/chapettes,
I have a server (Win2k3) and 5 desktops (Win7) connected.
Everyday before 9am when userA logs in with their account is comes up saying the trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed. After 9am UserA can login fine. UserA can login fine on any other desktop PC, the administrator or UserB/C can login fine to the computer that UserA can't login to.
Anyone got any ideas?

I checked the DNS records, no conflicting IP's or Computer names, and we have already tried taking it off the domain and adding it onto the domain again. Also tried taking it off the domain, renaming it and readding it to the domain again.
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Miguel Angel Perez MuñozCommented:
Can you check that time difference bewteen DC and workstations is less than5 minutes?
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Infinate_Author Commented:
Nope that time was fine, found out the problem though..
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Infinate_Author Commented:
taking the PC off the domain and then renaming it and joining it back should have worked. But as it was Win7 everytime the user switched on the PC it did a system restore and undid the changes, so it switched back to the old computer name, which then duplicated the IP on the DNS..

Damn Win7.. Too clever for its own good!

Thanks for the help anyway mate
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Lord_RoberthCommented:
interesting.
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Infinate_Author Commented:
It's the solution
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