Windows 7 Trust relation ship with Domain

We have a workstation and all of sudden none of the accounts can login error 1789
I know I can remove it from the domain and rejoin it but the Admin wanted the local admin account removed.
Is there another way I can fix this on a - server 2012?
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Yes, login as domain admin while the workstation is off network. Reconnect and rejoin. Do not disjoin the workstation from he domain.

This issue likely arose following a failed update that the repair of OS reset the machine credentials to a time before the current ones.

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Toni UranjekConsultant/TrainerCommented:
You should reset computer's password with:

NETDOM.EXE resetpwd /s:(server) /ud:(username) /pd:*

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Netdom is part of RSAT.

Powershell v3.0 has the following cmdlet available:

Reset-ComputerMachinePassword [-Credential <PSCredential>] [-Server <String>]

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jackm1Author Commented:
This worked!!!
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