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Lost  trust relationship on windows 7

Posted on 2011-09-06
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Hello,
I am using windows 7. When I try to logon it says 'The trust relationship between this workstation and the domain has been lost'.
How can I restore the same? Or is this something which only a n/w admin can do?
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This requires rights to join and remove a system from the domain. This error occurs when 2 systems on the domain have the same name.

The solution is to remove the system from the domain.
Change the system name
Add the system back to the domain.
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This problem may also occur if you tried to use a restore point that was too far in the past (I think a restore point of 2 months is already too old). By restoring the system, the computer will use its old computer account password to try to authenticate to the domain controller...
So if you did restore your computer before the problem occured, try to use a more recent restore point or expect the same problem.
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