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Error when trying to install a Windows Service

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I wrote a windows service using Visual Studio 2008. It is written in C#. I have installed and ran this service on a few stand alone workstations running Windows 7 professional (SP1) with no issues, but when I try to install it on one of our domain workstations running the same OS I get the following error after entering the credentials when I try to install the service:

Error 1001 No mapping between account names and security IDs was done.

Any ideas?
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Peter Hutchison earned 500 total points
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Sounds like the workstation needs removing and re-adding to the domain. Looks like the computer account is out of sync with the computer and the domain.
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It worked ! Thanks
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It worked, thank you very much.
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