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Windows 7 trust

we have Windows Server 2003 server as DC along with few Windows 7 machines. Yesterday two of  Windows 7 machines have been receiving the error Trust Relationship between workstation and domain fails and users are unable to login to the machine. We know of a fix by removing the machine from the domain and re-joining the machine.  i am wondering whether this is going to happen again ,I am currently trying to find the root cause to this problem your help will be appreciated
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pdsmicro
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itsmeinCommented:
Was the computer object/deleted edited in AD?
Look out for event logs both on AD and on Client.
Client's logs will provide details as to when it started happening and you could co-relate the time stamp to some event that happened on the client or on the server?
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mattclarifiedCommented:
This is becoming a bit of a common problem with windows 7, there have been 3 questions today on EE in the windows 7 section already!

I have found the only option is to put it back on the domain as you stated above, and when I have they have had no further problems.  This isn't to say that it won't happen again though.

M@
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penguinjasCommented:
I've recently seen on our network SMB signing issues and access denied messages in captures between my Windows XP machines and 2008 domain controllers.  I wonder if the opposite is not happening in this case.  Could there be SMB security sigining issues between Windows 7 machines and Windows 2003 and if so why has this suddenly cropped up?  A recent windows update perhaps?  Just a thought that may be unrelated.
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pdsmicroAuthor Commented:
Thanks
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