Did the two systems have the same computer name? If they did, you may
have to do the same procedure with the new machine again (disjoin and
rejoin to the domain) ...
John K. Cooley wrote:
> I have a user with a new Win 7 Latitude setup for the "Campus"
> domain. All was working well until he had to fire up the old XP
> system to retrieve a file. In order to get back onto that system, I
> had to remove it from the domain and rejoin it. We copied the file
> off and placed it on the new system, and now the old system is in a
> box in my office. He powered down last night but now he can not log
> onto the "campus" domain with the new Win 7 system. He gets a
> message: "The security database on the server does not have a
> computer account for this workstation trust relationship."
> Any quick fixes to get this unit back up and running? Can we no
> longer run multiple systems under the same NetID?
> **John Cooley
> Information Technology Professional
> University of Vermont Extension
> (802) 299-2420**
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