Trust Relationship

Hi,

I am getting the following error message when I try and log in, “Trust relationship between workstation and primary domain failed”.


tjie
tjieAsked:
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tjieConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I found the solution: Disjoin and join back to the domain
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Ayoub RouziConnect With a Mentor Ceo & CoFounderCommented:
TJIE,

This will change the SID in AD but the Site/farm database will still contain the old SID. This can cause many issues and leave your site and database in an inconsistent state.
 
Instead, just try to reset the AD computer account password using one of the following methods.
 
First, determine which component is having the issue. Then use the repair method that works best for your environment.
 
How to solve the problem ?

 Change the domain value in the System properties of the machine from the FQDN to the NETBIOS name (or vice-versa).
 
  1. Login as a local administrator.
  2. Open the Windows System properties
  3. Change: “domain.net” to just “domain”
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Shaun VermaakConnect With a Mentor Technical Specialist/DeveloperCommented:
This will change the SID in AD but the Site/farm database will still contain the old SID. This can cause many issues and leave your site and database in an inconsistent state.
Huh? Was OP's question edited and something removed? In essence, you need to set the Computer password to default (sAMAccountName with a $). This can be done with Powershell, rejoin (without computer account removal), computer reset etc.
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tjieAuthor Commented:
Just do the basic solution "trial and error" by disjoin and join back to the existing domain, and it works
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