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Trust relationship between primary domain and workstation is failed.

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We have fake domain ( samba server). Users can't login to the machine From windows machines which they are getting error massage Trust relationship between primary domain and workstation is failed. I disjoined and rejoined the machine but when I try to map the network drive I am getting same error massage.

Please advise.
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by:Mahesh
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I am unable to understand if you have active directory or any thing else

If you have AD, you can run below command from client to fix problem
netdom resetpwd /s:PDCName /UD:domain\domain_admins_ID /PD:*

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You can run below command from DC to fix the issue
netdom reset computername /d:domain.com /S:PDCName /UO:domain\domain_admins_ID /PO:*

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If both of above commands does not works, you need to disjoin machine from domain and rejoin, this is the only fix in that case
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by:roozbehdec
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We don't have active directory. We have Samba server.
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We had some Samba Server issue and it is fixed now.
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We had some Samba server issue and it is fixed now.
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