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trust relation between this workstation and domain failed

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trust relation between this workstation and domain failed error coming on all client computers. after upgrading DC from server 2008 Ent sp2 x64 to Server 2008 R2 x64. Also netlogon 3210 event id on DC
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please check to what DNS server your IP configuration points - if computers have correct IP for DNS server. Then check DNS role on your DC if there are correct IPs/hostnames set as DNS servers.
If this is not a problem you can try to reset PC account in AD if this resolves the problem
Another possible solution could be re-join the computer into domain
Patrick BogersDatacenter platform engineer Lindows
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The above steps are valid indeed but i wonder: UPGRADE from Enterprise to standard R2???

How? Why? Same box?

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Upgraded same box  server 2008 sp Ent x64 to server 2008 r2 Ent x64
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no error showing in
- repadmin /replsum
- repadmin /showrepl
- dcdiag /v

my adc replicating with my dc. No errors on windows xp sp3 computers. the problem only happens on windows 7 client computers
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