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Well, please verify that each has a unique computer name because we're  
not seeing similar results and we have hundreds of machines joined  
using our netIDs.

On Nov 10, 2009, at 9:12 AM, John K. Cooley wrote:

> I have two systems, one XP one Win7 Enterprise.  I believe that each  
> has a unique name, but both have attempted to join the Campus domain  
> with the same NetID.  Once I have connected with one system, the  
> other loses its ability to join the domain, even with the other  
> system shut down.  It appears that for some reason, once the server  
> recognizes a system coupled with a particular NetID, no other system  
> can log into that server with the same NetID.
>
> J. Greg Mackinnon wrote:
>>
>> I am not sure what you mean by your question "Can we no longer run  
>> multiple systems under the same NetID?"
>>
>> Do you mean, "is it no longer possible to log into more than one  
>> system using you NetID?"  If so, then the answer is no.  I  
>> routinely log on to at least three different workstations every day  
>> using the same account.   This is fully supported, and it is not a  
>> feature that will ever go away.
>>
>> It sounds as though, as Tyler and Andrew suggest, that you joined  
>> the new computer to the domain using the same name as the old  
>> computer.  This is not supported, and never was.  Workstation names  
>> need to be unique.  This is why we recommend using a MAC address or  
>> Dell Asset Tag as the workstation name when joining the domain.
>>
>> -Greg
>>
>> John K. Cooley wrote:
>>>
>>> Hi:
>>>
>>> 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?
>>>
>>>
>>> Thanks,
>>>
>>>
>>> John
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> -- 
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> John Cooley
>>> Information Technology Professional
>>> University of Vermont Extension
>>> (802) 299-2420
>
> -- 
>
>
>
> John Cooley
> Information Technology Professional
> University of Vermont Extension
> (802) 299-2420

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