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Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password, netdom query dc

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I have 01 DC with Windows 2012 Server on my domain.

I have another server with Windows 2008 Server that logon failure by Terminal Server and access share folders.

I login with local administrator and test the command "netdom query dc" and return "Logon failure: unknown user name or bad password.

I try the command "nltest /dcname:domain" and return "NetGetDCName failed: Status=2453 0x995 NERR_DCNotFound"

I try the command "netdom verify server /d:domain" and return "The secure channel from SERVER to the domain XXXX has been verified."

If I access the Server 2008 by IP it works, but if I access the server 2008 by name not works.

I check the DNS Server and it works.

My another computers and server are working normally.

I think to remove this server from Domain and Join again, but before I want understand why this issues.
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by:RantCan
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You are trying all of these on the 2008 server, correct?  Can you ping your dc by hostname?

Can you log on to the 2008 server with any domain account?  If not, then you need to disjoin your 2008 server and rejoin it to the domain.

I suggest doing this after hours, as it requires a reboot. You will also need console access to the server.  Are these VMs?
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I remove the server from Domain and put int again.

After this it works.
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by:fcmelo
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Because have only comment and not was the solution.

I found the solution and post on my ask.
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