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Trust Relationship error after Cross-Forest User Password reset

Q: Trust Relationship error after Cross-Forest User Password reset

Hello,
We are experiencing an interesting error for a number of devices throughout the estate.
All impacted devices are Win7 SP1 in domain A, and all users logging on to the devices exist in domain B.
Each time a user executes a password reset from the Windows Security/Logon interface (usually as a result of password policy prompts) the user is presented with a classic Trust relationship error that would normally indicate the device is no longer connected
to the domain. The error itself however seems to be a red herring.
Once the user clicks OK past the error, the user can continue as normal subsequent relogs can be done successfully with the new password set by the user and the device itself has not lost trust with the domain. My only explanation for this is that for some
reason the error is being generated by the DC on domain B after it successfully changes the users password to say "hold on, the device you're on isn't on my domain", but I'm unsure why this would have started occurring especially in a two-way forest
trust.
I'm a little stumped with this, all googling and searching through these forums seem to direct me to issues whereby the device itself does actually lose connection to the domain for various reasons, rather than just a misleading error.
I don't suppose anyone has ever come across anything similar before?
Cheers,

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hello folks ,

currently we have a forest A where citrix VDI solutions are implemented and users are configured (via GPOs) to use roaming user profiles and folder redirect which are all stored in a fileserver cluster. we are doing a crossforest migration to forest B using
ADMT and native exchange scripts. the goal is we want a migrated user(forest B) to log on Remote desktop session host on old domain (forest A) and access their user profiles and folders which is still on fileserver on forest A. all users are migrated with
sidhistory.

i have configured GPOs in new forest to configure roaming profiles and folder redirections to point to the same location (fileserver in forest a) . also enabled policy allow cross-forest policy and roaming profiles. still when a migrated user logs in (forestB\user)
i receive an error ,failed to locate roaming profile and local copy is used.

how can we achieve this scenario , i though that because sid history is migrated ,that the migrated user will have the same permissions to access profile and folders as the source user is (forest A\user).

also if i need to migrate roaming user profiles and folders of forest A to a new file server in the new forest (forest B) , how to translate or map forest B users to access these profiles ?

apperciate your help

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Hi,


We have a situation where win 7 domain PC is only able to login using domain user. The IT guy don't remember the local admin. The domain admin password does not seem to be cached as they had changed the domain admin password many times. we tried
taking out the network cable and tried to login but couldn't figure out the right cached password if any.


Do we have any solution to that?

I just want to remove the PC from domain and re add it back to fix trust relationship.



Regards,

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Hey Guys,

I have a question... I'm an intern at a hospital and on a regular basis many HP terminals and some PC's get the following message.

Code:
The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed.
What might be the cause of this?
As an intern I don't have all the rights as a domain Administrator should have, so I can't really tell you all the insights. But I do know our DHCP server doesn't lease IP-address automatically. It's done by adding reservations in the DHCP server. Might this be the problem? What causes these trust relationships to fail? Please help me. I'm tired of these error I get 2 or 3 of them every day.
Workstations run on Windows XP SP2 and servers run on W2K3 Server standard.
 

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Following a system restore on a Windows 7 workstation, I am getting the error message that "the trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed." I realize that the typical fix would be to login with a local admin account, leave,
and then rejoin the domain. Here's the rub... I do not know the password for the local administrator.

Any advice? Thanks.

A:The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed + Unknown local admin password

Lost passwords are indeed a pain, however I found
this utility to be very helpful, it is a linux based password reset utility. The prompts are easy to follow and everything works in no time!

For the domain relationship error message, you have the right solution in mind however I will mention the following kb article for better understanding
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/162797
Hope this helps,
Shah

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In one small client installation  about 100 computers / 120 users , This happens on several windows 7 machines, I have read articles where this happens but from an untrusted domain.  This is all 1 small single site domain with a windows 2008 and
2008R2 DC   only fix thus far is to remove all security updates from may 2016 to present.  DCdiag and netdiag report no issues  dns has no issues.  expect this is a windows glitch   Is there a patch out for this?
Craig


Craig

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Any ideas...when trying to add a domain user to the administrator's group on a local machine running Windows XP1 that has a computer account in the domain...I get that error:

The trust relationship between this computer and the Domain has failed!"
 

A:Error: The trust relationship between this computer and the Domain has failed!"

Hi AlexSelect, Welcome to TSG !!
Try this and see if it helps!!
http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;307900
http://support.microsoft.com/defaul...port/kb/articles/q162/7/97.asp&NoWebContent=1

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q305293

 

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After changing password users receiving "The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship" but are still able to log in after hitting okay and using their new password they just created.
Wondering what has caused this since we have not made any changes to our AD in quite a while. 

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We have been getting sporadic reports from our users of the error, "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed."  The workaround has been to dejoin and rejoin the domain, but it keeps happening and we need a permanent
fix.  We are primarily a laptop shop.
It has been suggested we disable the automatic machine accouint password change on our domain members in GPO.  While this may be a viable option with relatively low security risks, I'd really like to figure out why it's happening and try to
fix it. 
The machines can lose the trust relationship at random.  It can happen overnight, or after going into hibernation.  I've had it happen to me a few times.  The DCs (we have 2) both show error 5722, but one is spitting out a specific Kerberos
error that the other one is not:

While processing an AS request for target service krbtgt, the account kriegesh did not have a suitable key for generating a Kerberos ticket (the missing key has an ID of 2).
The requested etypes : 18. The accounts available etypes : 23  -133  -128  3  1. Changing or resetting the password of kriegesh will generate a proper key.
My main issue is trying to determine why this continues happening and if we can resolve it without disabling the account password.  If that IS our best option, then so be it.  Any
thoughts are welcome.
Thank you very much in advance!  ~Sarah

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I am currently using Outlook WA which is located within the DMZ. My Exchange box is located with my NT4 domain. I am received an authorized login message when trying to authenticate the username and passwords which are members of the NT4 domain.

I believe that I need to create a trust relationship between the NT4 PDC on the domain and the PC on the DMZ which has the OWA client loaded on it.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 

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I have one computer running Windows 7 Professional and she keep getting this Message.
The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed.
I now cant log into her computer locally or remotely.  Need Help

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recently my computer trust relationship b etween the domain server on mylaptop went nuts and and to go threw and have the admin reset a buch of stuff. i was wondering if all this info was saved in a file or registry so i would be able to back it up.

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I manage a small network with a Windows 2000 domain server and 3 Windows 2000 workstations. I recently promoted the Win2K server to the domain server. The previous domain server was running Win NT 4.0. Everything seems to be working, but the system event log is filling up with error messages such as the following:

The computer COMPUTERNAME tried to connect to the server \\DEVFILESERV using the trust relationship established by the DEVELOPMENT domain. However, the computer lost the correct security identifier (SID) when the domain was reconfigured. Reestablish the trust relationship.

where COMPUTERNAME is the name of a computer on the network. There is an error message for each active workstation, and the messages are repeated about every two hours.

I tried recreating the computers' accounts in Active Directory, but this did not solve the problem.

How do I "reestablish the trust relationship"? Or should I leave well enough alone and ignore the error messages?

- Mark Schenk
 

A:Reestablish trust relationship

have you tried going to Adminstrative Tools/Active Directory Domains and Trusts....or something to that effect and deleting the trust and then reestablish it
 

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Win2K PDC setting up trust relationship guides im kinda a newbie...

TIA
 

A:Win2k Trust relationship

Welcome to TSG!

Are you using Active directory? Have you set up a Forest? Please provide more info as to how the 2 (or more) domains are configured in your network. If using a Forest and the domains are part of the forest, then a 2-way trust is established by default.
 

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I was in the middle of setting up a new pc we just got in and at some point the pc thought it lost the trust relationship. I had added the user as a domain and everything was working, (internet and network), I rebooted and it deleted all of the domain users and now I can't add any because it says It lost the trust relationship. I am baffled at why it would do this. I can log on to the computer itself as administrator but it tells me the same thing. I have set up many xp machines to this network and never had any problems. We are running windows 2000 server. If I can reinstall and start over that would be fine too but I have never done that before. I will do what ever is easier. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, Jason.
 

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I have a bit of a problem. On one of my virtual machines I'm running 8.1, but I can no longer log in. I haven't created a local admin account (wish I had). Our IT department has pretty much said there's nothing they can do. Any suggestions?

The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed.

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I have a situation where i have several different HP laptop models running Win7 32 bit and Cisco IP phones. The laptops are typically connected to the phone for network connectivity to the corporate network. After a period of time, not sure how long, the laptop seems to acquire a trust relationship with the IP phone and will not find any network connection on the corporate infrastructure. If I try to move the laptop from room to room and connect to the network, the laptop cannot seem to resolve the DNS or network connection. If I take the IP phone and plug it into the network jack and plug the laptop into the IP phone, it works fine. Any ideas? I am at a loss on this one.
 

A:Trust Relationship puzzle

Have you asked your network administrators about this?

Because based on what you're saying, the network connections are setup for user connectivity via the switch port built into the Cisco IP phones. Any other jack seems to be provisioned for another VLAN or shutdown from regular user connection use.

The way many business set up connections to the user's desk is via a single network drop. Within this single connection is a VoIP configuration where the drop is configured as a voice trunk. This means the VoIP traffic is sent via tagged frames corresponding to a specific VLAN and data traffic is sent via untagged frames and on another VLAN which is broken out at the VoIP phone. The second port on the IP phone is a switchport and is meant for connectivity to a PC.
 

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Hello,

What is the difference between these two errors:

"The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship" and "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed" ?

Why does the Powershell command Test-ComputerSecureChannel -Repair -Credential (get-credential)
work if I get the second error but not the first error?

PC's all use Win 7 Enterprise 32 and 64 bit SP 1. Powershell 5

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Hello Experts....I am facing an issue in our environment that random windows 7 client machines have starting reported and error  which says "The trust relationship between this workstation and primary domain failed".

We have tried every possible solution given on google but all in vain. can you please give a concrete solution to this...

Many thanks in advance...:)





Thanks,

Sim

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We keep getting alerts for broken trust relationships. We mark them as Resolved, and they immediately alert again.  It says there are 85 computers with broken trust, but when we export the spreadsheet it only shows 14 machines and the timestamp is from
3 months ago when we started playing with ATA.  Nothing recent, so no idea why it keeps alerting.
We've checked a random sampling of machines and there is no trust issues, ran NLtest, test-computersecurechannel and checked eventlogs. All OK.

Anyone have any ideas how to stop it alerting, or even why it is alerting?

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Hello all. I am setting up a laptop for a new user on our server, and while trying to add the user account locally to the laptop from my server administrator account, I'm receiving a message that "The user could not be added because the following error has occurred: The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed."

Thank you in advance for any help. I'd be glad to provide any other information that may be helpful in solving this. I have searched some, but have discovered that most help I've found is too jargoned for me to truly understand. I can handle most basic things, which is why our company (that doesn't have a formal IT person) has me handling most IT issues.
 

A:Trust relationship between workstation & primary domain

if the laptop is on the domain, dump it in workgroup and then re-add it to the domain, then add the user.
 

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Hi, i hope anybody can help me about this error under Windows Server Standard SP2 and some of my client pc always showing "The trust relationship between this workstation and primary domain".

it happens to in my company always so if anyone could help me to solve this problem it will be much appreciated.

thanks and advanced

A:The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain

Usually this happens because the pc is in the wrong OU (or the pc itself is not joined properly) or the security certificate is expired.

Double check these and report back.

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Dear All,
I came across an unusual situation and count on your help since I cannot resolve it.
Scenario: Domain network with W2012R2 server as a DC, a spare DC and several other servers both virtual and physical. Several dozen workstations.
One of the workstations (W7pro-64) got a failure with cyclic BSOD. Disks C:,D: and SYSTEM_DRV were restored from the 24-hour-old backup. "Preserve domain trust token on target drive" option is checked, though I do not know if it's correct. Anyway
I see no way change this.
After that the trust relationship was with the domain was broken with the following symptoms:
1. Login not possible with network cable plugged. The system refused to recognize any domain users.
2. RDP connections to the workstation fail.
3. Impossible to connect to MS Exchange.
Additional information:
Domain Member
PolicySettingWinning GPODomain member: Maximum machine account password age 999 days Default Domain Policy
What I tried:
1. Nltest query
C:\>nltest /query
Flags: 0
Connection Status = 1786 0x6fa ERROR_NO_TRUST_LSA_SECRET
The command completed successfully
2. Nltest reset
C:\>nltest /sc_reset:<DOMAIN>
I_NetLogonControl failed: Status = 1786 0x6fa ERROR_NO_TRUST_LSA_SECRET
3. Netdom reset
Also no luck - access denied.
4. Netsh
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
and attempt to join the domain with the wizard. No luck.
5. Multiple attempts to unjoin the domain.
Every possible combination. Under domain users wit... Read more

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I want to know the root cause for trust relationship error so please let me know which logs to check to find out exact reason for workstation-domain trust relationship error.
I want to identify issue using the logs available in workstation machine.

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Question:

We have some Windows Pro 7 OSs and we have been playing with them, and seeing how things are compatible with the software we use. Well, the only issue we have been having is adding users to the PC.

I add the PC to the domain without a problem. I supply my creditials and I can connect to our domain. I log back in to the PC under the local admin on the PC and try to add users that will be using the PC. I attempt to add our security group "PCADMINS" and I get "The trust relationship between the workstation and the primary domain failed". I then just try my username and it gave the same error.

I logoff as the local admin, login using my username and domain and try to add my username again. Still, I get the same error. I try the group "PCADMINS" get the same error. Mind you, the level I am granting to the user is Administrator.

I logoff my username and domain. I log back in as local admin on the PC and manage user accounts and try to add my username and this time it works! So, I try adding another user, it fails with that same error. So, I logoff as local admin login as that user that I want to add. Log off and log back in as local admin and I am able to add that user.

So, it seems that if I login on the PC once as the user I want to add I am able to then add them as a user. If I dont login as that user first I get "The trust relationship between the primary domain failed". Also, at some points I am able to add the security gr... Read more

A:Trust Relationship between this workstation and Primary Domain, Window 7

Any thoughts???? Mustve stumped everyone or didnt give enough info.
 

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Hi all,

Over the last week or so, we have experienced an epidemic of Windows 7 PCs displaying the message "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain has failed".

We have had to manually unjoin and rejoin over 140+ PCs in the last week alone, however some of these same PCs have the same message re-occuring again today...

So i'm in a rut here, why are the Pcs coming back up with the same Trust message when we already manually fixed them last week....

Need urgent help to fix this.

A:The Trust relationship between the workstation and Domain Failed -Win7

Bumped up, anyone any ideas on this?

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Hello, I need help again. We have several computers withWin7 Ent and Pro 64 and 32 bit. . For some i-dont-know reason, it showed 'the trust relationship between this workstation & the primary domain failed' when we login. It happened few times already. The issue is resolved if we reconnect the pcs to the domain. Please lhelp me understand why this keeps happening and the if there is a permanent fix. I will appreciate all ideas.

A:trust relationship bet. this workstation & the primary domain failed

A client had the same problem; here is what we did to fix it.

Step 1: Make sure the Date/Time/Time Zone are correct on all DC's. Connect to the internet and update the time.
Step 2: Get and take all Microsoft Updates. Reboot as required. Do one DC at a time.
Step 3: Shutdown (i.e. power off) all but one DC. Wait about 5 minutes and then shutdown the Last DC.
Step 4: Wait about 5 minutes and then turn ON the Last DC that was turned off.
Step 5: Wait about 5 minutes and then turn on all remaining DCs.
Step 6: Wait 30 minutes and then unjoin and reboot any computer that was not working. Set the Time/Date/Time Zone and rejoin it to the domain.

The above should correct the problem and prevent other machines from dis-joining.

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I'm getting error on multiple systems "Trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed "
And i would like to know how i can find a root cause of this issue. what is the exact reason, this error occurred.
please don't post any kind of resolution as same is available in multiple forum.
I want to know the RCA for this & only post related to this.

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Hello. Two days ago I was told that a user changed their password and then forgot it, and I was assigned to fix it. I tried guessing the password a few times to save me some time and it was unsuccessful. I went to the DC and reset the password to what I
wanted it to. When I got back to the computer I tried to login with the new password and I got the message: "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed."
I'm not exactly sure what this means, but I think it might possibly be because I guessed the password incorrectly so many times. I looked this issue up for almost an hour and everyone was suggesting to leave the domain and then rejoin it. I can not do this
because it is not possible for me to login. The owner of the business said he either did not make an administrator account when he first started the computer, or he did not know the password.
So my problem is that I can not possibly log in to the domain, and I get the error: The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed. I have tried going to the command prompt to change the administrator password but every thing
I do to get to the CMD requires me to log in.
If you do not fully understand what I mean, feel free to post. Any help is sincerely appreciated. Thanks in advance.
Trey

A:The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed

I found the solution in a very weird way. I started up the computer, pressed F8, and selected repair computer. It showed that I had to log in, and the username was one that I had never seen (because it is a computer at work that I did not set up). So I
started Windows normally, logged in to that account, enabled the administrator account, and that fixed everything. It's probably the craziest solution but it worked. Thanks a lot, Jm, for all of your time.

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We are currently faced with a problem that every time we do a System Restore on our Windows 7 workstation, upon login attempt, we an login failed because the Trust Relationship between PC and Domain is broken. 
As solution: we have to log in as a local admin,  remove the workstation account from the domain, then re-add the workstation back to the domain.
Does anybody know if there is a hotfix for this or how we can bypass having to remove and re-add the workstation to the domain in order to login?
 

A:Trust Relationship between PC and Domain broken\failed after System Restore

What do you mean by System Restore? Are you restoring back to a time before the PC was joined to the domain?
 Kerry Brown MS-MVP - Windows Desktop Experience

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The domain user is not able to change the password using Ctrl+Alt+Del .The security database on the server
does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship.

Thanks in advance.
Ganesh

[email protected]

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We are on a windows server 2008 domain with windows 7 professional pcs.  Two months ago we started receiving this error on all pcs.  The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship.
 We have narrowed it down to being a windows update issue and several updates if installed cause the issue to happen.  KB3146706, KB3149090, KB3153171, KB3161561, KB3147071, KB3156417.  If even one of these updates is installed we cannot change
our passwords.  

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The domain user is not able to change the password using Ctrl+Alt+Del .The security database on the server
does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship.

Thanks in advance.
Ganesh

[email protected]

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We have a select group of approximately 20+ domain computers having the same issue when they boot their computer in the mornings. The time changes back to the exact time when they shutdown the evening before. It appears that it begins to complete an incomplete shutdown, but users stating they are completing properly. My guess is that something is happening during the shutdown which never completes and Windows startup repair switches back to complete shutdown. Has anyone seen this before. It is also causing repeat Domain Trust Relationship issue beleived to be due to out of synch time. Logs below. Any help is greatly appreciated

Information 8/26/2013 9:06:14 AM Kernel-Processor-Power 26 (4)
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:14 AM Kernel-Processor-Power 26 (4)
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:14 AM Kernel-Processor-Power 26 (4)
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:14 AM Kernel-Processor-Power 26 (4)
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:13 AM MEI 2 None
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:13 AM VMnetAdapter 36 None
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:12 AM Kernel-Power 89 (86)
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:05 AM FilterManager 6 None
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:05 AM FilterManager 6 None
Information 8/26/2013 9:06:05 AM Kernel-General 12 None
Information 8/23/2013 5:24:18 PM Kernel-General 13 None
Information 8/23/2013 5:24:16 PM Kernel-Power 109 (103)
Information 8/23/2013 5:24:15 PM Service Control Manager 7036 None
Information 8/23/2013 5:24:14 PM Service Control Manager 7036 None
Information 8/23/2013 5:24:14 PM Service Control ... Read more

A:Time service issues causing Domain trust relationship to be broken

What are your NTP servers and do the machines have access to them upon boot? For example if an internet source, do they have access upon boot?

This may be of use when setting up time pools on the DC - Configure a time server for Active Directory domain controllers - TechRepublic

Josh

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Good Morning.
I`ve joined a computer to a domain and when I try loggin on it gives me the message: "The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship".
I've tried making the following:
- Deleting the computer from my domain, deleting the object from AD and joining it again.
- Steps explained in these links:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ee849847(v=ws.10).aspx
http://virtualcurtis.wordpress.com/2011/03/02/fix-the-security-database-on-the-server-does-not-have-a-computer-account-for-this-workstation-trust-relationship/
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/windowsserver/en-US/8e99c313-92c4-40db-a27f-3b6f94fbf7d0/the-security-database-on-the-server-does-not-have-a-computer-account-for-this-workstation-trust?forum=winserverDS
http://clintboessen.blogspot.in/2011/06/security-database-on-server-does-not.html
And also used netdom and nltest to reset the trust relationship but nothing seemed to work.
Does anybody have any clue?

Raphael Santos | MCP 70-410
Email: [email protected]
Linkedin: http://br.linkedin.com/pub/raphael-santos/39/87b/958/

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Hi folks,
This morning i have recover some data that I have accidentally deleted previously. But after I recovered from the last backup, now when I try to access my profile I keep getting the following error "the trust relationship between this workstation and
primary domain failed". I am also unable to access with my local domain account as it seems to be disabled, and I have also tried to disconnect from the internet (both through Ethernet cable and Wifi) to not authenticate with the server,and reset the
workstation account form AD ,but none of these seems to be working so far. Anybody have a better suggestion?

Regards.
Andy

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Hello,

I am randomly getting following error on my VMware based virtual Windows 7 desktops (VDI) when logging in via a domain account

"The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship"

Checked Domain Controller Logs found authentication failure event for that machine, screenshot is attached

I then checked attributes of that AD computer account and found that one of the
Service Principal Name was missing:

Host/abc.domain.org

Found following entries were present
Host/***
RestrictedKrbHost/abc
RestrictedKrbHost/abc.domain.org
TERMSRV/abc
TERMSRV/abc.domain.org

Now, I know the fix to this issue but my concern is to find out the root cause
to prevent this error from happening as users are now getting irritated.
Please help.

Fawad

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The domain user is not able to change the password using Ctrl+Alt+Del .The security database on the server
does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship.

Thanks in advance.
Ganesh

[email protected]

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For security reasons, Microsoft does not allow parents (computer administrators) to check on, maintain, adjust or otherwise enter their kids' (limited users) XP profiles without either resetting their passwords or waiting for them to come home and being confrontational about it.

Ideally I would like to be able to log on to a limited user account from my administrator account without tampering with anyone's passwords-resetting them or otherwise. Actually, I have little interest in the (step) kids' personal life and stuff. Alternately, perhaps you may help me with my ultimate goal: limiting screensaver activity:

My arrogant and belligerant teenage stepson likes to customize the family room to his tastes rather that leave it to the generic unbiased interest of the family in general. Latest, he has designed his "my pictures" screensaver somehow to override cmos settings to illustrate various pictures of himself for unlimited time rather than allow cmos or windows to shut off the monitor after periods of inactivity. Typically he would prefer to be confrontational about it, fight and argue over the issue stressing out his depressed mom in the process; I do not want to fight-I just want my monitor to go off after a while of non-use and not be kept on by XP. Sorry about all the disfunctional family issues I had to mention for background. It is hard dealing with an aggressive controlling kid. Obviously most of the time the computer is left on his profile but... Read more

A:Find or Bypass XP Limited User Password W/out Reset or Adjust User Screensaver

looks like you have no choice in resetting passwords, who's house is it anyway???
 

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We have domains A and B in a bi-directional trust and run ATA instances in both domains.
Is there a way to detect account usage over/via the trust using ATA?   Do foreignSecurityPrincipal objects have logon events in ATA?

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Joining a workgroup and rejoining the domain fixes it, but this has been going on too long and am tired of that temporary solution. Any ideas on what is happening on the domain controller, or pc, that is causing this?
It happens randomly on all my images, all hardware models of pcs, 32 and 64 bit. Running Powershell command 'Test-ComputerSecureChannel on working machines returns 'True.'

Running the command on pcs with the 'trust relationship' error returns 'Logon failure. unknown user name or password.'
The pcs actually still show 'ourdomain.net' in system properties. So, basically, they appear to still be 'joined' but the secure channel returns broken.
Again, I know joining to a workgroup and back to the domain fixes it, but temporarily. the issue can recur on the same machine. I'd like to hear info about a lasting, actual solution. and the reason this happens, if anyone can help :)
Anything to look for on the domain controller? on the pcs? I'd like an actual solution to this issue!

Thanks in advance!

A:Secure Channel Broken (trust relationship failure between workstation and domain) on Windows 7 PCs recurring issue

Hi,
I would suggest you refer to the troubleshooting instruction in the following link:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/9157.troubleshooting-ad-trust-relationship-between-workstation-and-primary-domain-failed.aspx
See this part (If
the Secure Channel is Broken between Domain controller and workstations)
And this KB could also be helpful
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/976494
For better forum to discuss this issue, please post in
Windows Server--Directory Services Forum
https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/home?forum=winserverDSYolanda Zhu
TechNet Community Support

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Hi.

My question is:

how can i reset the user's password if i don't have the USB flash drive or floppy disk required for this operation?

My model is:Toshiba NB305-106.Thank you.

A:NB305-106 - How to reset user password

Why you need USB flash drive or USB floppy drive to reset the User password?
The user password can be removed in BIOS

+What is a BIOS user password?+
http://aps2.toshiba-tro.de/kb0/FAQ9202JE0000R01.htm

If you don?t know the password, the Toshiba ASP can delete it.

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My son set up a new password for our go mini. He is 9 and forgot what he used and no we cannot sign in to use it. Is there any way I can reset it?

A:Mini 110 user password reset

Hp mini 110 *

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Hello dear

I've a Toshiba tecra z50, and i forgot the user password because i've not use it more than one year,
i can't enter to bios setup

so, is there any solution to reset the password, or reset cmos?

i removed the battery, and no chance,

please help me,
thank you

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I my outlet my pos machine password was forget.pls help me how to reset user password and pos machine only usb port no drive.

operating system .windows 7 professional 32 bit
processor atom
ram 2gb

A:I Forget my user password how to reset.

Due to forum rules, we cannot assist with password circumvention. A Mod will now close this thread.

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I inherited a computer from my mother, but nobody knows the password. I would like to change the Administrative user name and password to download photos from my computer. Pavilion p6677 c-b PC bundle, Geniuin Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit system memory 6 GB DDR3, 1 Terabyte harrd drive AMD Athlon II 635 Quad-Core Processor HP 2310m 23 inch Diagonal Full HD ICD Monitor, SuperMulti DVD burner with LightScribe Technology, ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics. Please help me if you can, it would be greatly appreciated! Elda

A:How to reset Administrator user name and password

  
Quote: Originally Posted by eldajb


I inherited a computer from my mother, but nobody knows the password. I would like to change the Administrative user name and password to download photos from my computer. Pavilion p6677 c-b PC bundle, Geniuin Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit system memory 6 GB DDR3, 1 Terabyte harrd drive AMD Athlon II 635 Quad-Core Processor HP 2310m 23 inch Diagonal Full HD ICD Monitor, SuperMulti DVD burner with LightScribe Technology, ATI Radeon HD 4200 integrated graphics. Please help me if you can, it would be greatly appreciated! Elda


If you have the user name, then try;

http://www.vistax64.com/tutorials/102005-reset-user-account-password.html

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