Also, on another note. If there are more files you have to get in the
future, I would recommend logging into the old computer as a local
administrator and browsing to the profile directory to get the files
rather than joining to the domain and logging in as an active directory
user, it will save you a lot of time and may be easier.
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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