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~~URGENT~~ Trust relationship between a domain and a workstation failed

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Hi,

It was working fine when I left the office after locking my pc.  When I tried to remote from home, I received error msg as topic.

I tried to login as local admin, but the account is disabled.  How can I fix this?

I have a win7 x64

thanks
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hi,

I tried to use the pwd recovery posted in the link.  When I unlock local administrator account, it says "disabled" is unchecked, but when I reboot, it is locked again, any ideas? thx
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got it!!! thank you
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