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Windows 2012 network trust relationship failed issue

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I setup a Windows 2012 server/network with 8 new computers a few months ago. Everything including network hardware, wiring in the building is brand new.

The owner is reporting that sometimes when it tries to login to some computers he gets the trust relationship failed error. When using the admin username then it works. Also today reported that after relationship failed error with a user he rebooted the computer then it worked.

Any ideas on where to start?
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by:Zaheer Iqbal
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Hi

Check the event log of the Computers with the issue.
Also check event log of the server and post the errors related here
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The problem has not come back. Not sure what it was.
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The problem is gone.
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