SQL SERVER 2008

..."Login failed. The login is from an untrusted domain and cannot be used with Windows authentication"...

WIN2008 R2 = DomainControler (DC)

WIN2008R2 = Cliente With SQLSERver2008

Give that error....
AquinosAsked:
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
PROBLEM AT VIRTULIZATION ID
THE DOMAIN HAVE THE SAME ID AS AS SQL SERVER

NEW SERVER INSTALLATION  AND WORKS OK.
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Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
Are the on the same domain?
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GlobaLevelProgrammerCommented:
how are you connecting..by what device..mobile..? check the sql connection string make that trusted security = true is there...

maybe this?
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/858678/sql-server-2008-login-failed-the-login-is-from-an-untrusted-domain-and-cannot
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
@acko72:
Yes! both in same domain.....
with a clean installation


@GlobaLevel:
In the installation with one account with admin privileges...
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Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
PLease explain exactly what it is you are doing when this error occurs.
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GlobaLevelProgrammerCommented:
did you try to create a SA account...?
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
In the instal
it gives that error....


See the attachment
Error-SQL.gif
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
With an SA account it gonna be ok....

However i need that the Domain NT Accounts  access the Datacenter at the future......
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GlobaLevelProgrammerCommented:
the SQL install/app sits on a bunch of stuff..did you verify all the way through...that your server is ready to recieve the isntall?

that being said...an example would be:
r u running VM on this machine..could be a problem with the network device...you may need to reinstall the OS..if that is the case...
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
If I install with The Administrator (DOmain or local) account
It gives me no error....

And yes it's the 2 server virtualized
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Paul JacksonSoftware EngineerCommented:
MAke sure your account isn't locked out
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
Is not!
If was locked out, i can't login and can't start the installation...
However, with that account i can't ping or access other machines on the network.
Maybe was a problem in the standard gpo...
But how could i reset that gpo with policie!?
Its a confusion.... All of that!

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Alpesh PatelAssistant ConsultantCommented:
Please make sure user has no limited access..
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
The user could install app!
Add local users
Have permissions for everything.

But misterously can't ping other machines or access them in the network.
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AquinosAuthor Commented:
WORKING WITH THE ACCEPTED SOLUTION
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