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Trust relationship between a Win10 client and a Windows Server

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Dave EllisFlag for United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland asked on
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I recently had a problem with a Windows Server 2016 Standard Edition. The motherboard and memory modules were replaced and I had to restore from an image backup from two months earlier.

On bringing up the restored system then the trust relationship between the clients and the server was broken. I followed the normal process of switching the clients to a Workgroup and then re-joining the domain.

Was the trust relationship broken because of restoring an old backup or the replacement of the motherboard ?

Could someone explain how the trust relationship works please ?
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Paul MacDonald
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