Trust Relationship issue with a 2012 Server

Hi guys, I hope you are well and can assist.

In our AD Domain, we have an issue with a 2012 server.

We CAN..
- log on locally to the machine with a local user account.

- log on to the domain using this machine with a domain account.

We have tried..
- disjoining the domain, dropping it to workgroup, and rejoining to the domain.
- ensuring the computer account is completely out of AD.
- Computer reset of account while in the domain and trying again to logon
- Powershell cmdlet reset of account as above

Any suggestions greatly appreciated.
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Balaji UlaganathanSenior EngineerCommented:
The computer name should not be exceed 15 characters. Please check first.
Balaji UlaganathanSenior EngineerCommented:
Run below command then reboot the server.
Netdom resetpwd /s:EWR0ADCGTC02P /ud:Domain\username /pd:*
Dirk MareSystems Engineer (Acting IT Manager)Commented:
Disable any and windows Firewall
Wait 5min Test

Disable any Antivirus
Wait 5min Test

Is this server in the same site?
Can you ping/access this 2012 server from any other server/workstation? IP and FQDN?
And vise versa?

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Simon336697Author Commented:
Hi guys, have the server at same site.

Tried all the above, still out of luck.
Leroy LuffHead of IT & DIgitalCommented:
Is renaming the server an option?
Dirk MareSystems Engineer (Acting IT Manager)Commented:
What is the member servers IP config?

Do you have IPV6 enabled on any of the servers? If its enabled on the member server try disabling it.

Is the member server dual homed 2x NIC's installed connected to two different networks?

Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
What is the exact error you are getting?  Validate user account does not have any restrictions as to which computers the user can logon to.  Have you tried different accounts?  What is the OS of the client computer and also ensure the client computer has correct DNS settings.
What are the event logs on the 2012 server and DC showing? Any other problems with of servers /DC's. I the server in the same site at the DC?

Have you run the following command just to check AD health to be safe: dcdiag /v /e > c:\dcidag.txt

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Simon336697Author Commented:
Guys thank you all very much.
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