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trust relationship logon windows 7 with 2008r2 server

we have server 2008r2 and uses using windows 7 and xp users if I logon with windows 7 it will not allow me to logon error message the trust relationship on this is pc.
but if I pull the network cable out it will allow me to logon then I put the  network cable back in and it access everything fine? the xp machines connect with no problem?
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beridius
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psychogrCommented:
Remove the pc from the domain and then rejoin.
Hopefully this will solve your problem ;)

Good luck mate
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beridiusAuthor Commented:
I tried that it works once or twice but then it reverts back to same message it only on windows 7
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teomcamCommented:
Hi beridus,

I also having this problem with Windows 7. Since a month Ive searched and so far all I know this problem happening with Windows 7 and possible reason is Windows 7 machine's connection issue. With some reason between client and DC something happening and DC no longer trusting that client. Temporary solution is remove and rejoin the domain.
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beridiusAuthor Commented:
but what makes mine strange is the it happen on all windows 7 at the same time?
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psychogrCommented:
Check your event viewer on both windows 7 machines and the DC for any relevant log entries and post them here for further assistance.  Then run DCdiag on your dc and post log
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teomcamCommented:
Hi beridus,

Yes yours is strange. Could you tell me please how did you deploy Windows 7 machines? Did you make sysprep? How did you change SIDs?
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beridiusAuthor Commented:
The windows was installed on new machines and work for months no problems, its just in the last week stopped working there is a work around If i unplug them cable and logon. then plug the network cable back in the computer function correctly for the day until next logon? its not the best work a round but at least it works for now?
 
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beridiusAuthor Commented:
just re added one machine back to the network and new error message unable to find a logon server?
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psychogrCommented:
Make sure the network addresses are configured properly.
For the first dns server it should be the address of your dc. If its possible you should leave it by it self.. No other dns entries for the clients.

After changing the dns entry open a command prompt and hit the following 2 commands:

1. ipconfig /flushdns
2. ipconfig /registerdns

Then restart pc and try logging back in..
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