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Trusts between a workstation and and a domain

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I have a Windows server running server 2003 with several windows 7 Pro workstations.  After a disturbance in power I have one workstation that will not allow a normal logon.  It give an error saying the trust is no longer available with the domain.  It the workstation network cable is disconnected, and the logon started, then plugged back in, all is well.  The user has normal access to everything

From the manage screen on the server, and logged on as administrator, the work station cannot be managed.

Is there a method to re-establish the trust between the server and workstation?
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Hamid Reza Molahadi earned 2000 total points
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Dis-join the desired PC and then re-join it to the domain.
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Will that affect the users on the workstation - e-mail etc
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No, Nothing will happen if you won't delete the user's profile.
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