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#1 Micallen

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Posted 18 April 2016 - 10:28 AM

I have a computer that lost trust relationship with server.  I tried to "reset account" in active directory, and that did nothing.  

 

I can't log into the local account because I'm pretty sure it doesn't have one (I set joined all these computers to the domain, then deleted the local accounts.)  I learned something today.  Don't do what I did.  So now, how can I get into the local machine (with no local account) to try one of the many fixes to restore the "trust relationship"??


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Posted 18 April 2016 - 10:30 AM

PS, when I started working here, there were 9 employees and I became the I.T. guy by default (in addition to my actual job.)  Now, there are 24 employees, and it overwhelms at times.


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Posted 18 April 2016 - 10:44 AM

There should be  built in Administrator account by Default in your laptop, if you have a boot cd like hirens or something you can use some utilites on that to enable the admin account because its disabled by default then just set a password for it and you are good to go, then to fix your issue you need too take the laptop off the domain,and put it in a workgroup then re add to domain after restarting your system



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Posted 18 April 2016 - 10:50 AM

There should be  built in Administrator account by Default in your laptop, if you have a boot cd like hirens or something you can use some utilites on that to enable the admin account because its disabled by default then just set a password for it and you are good to go, then to fix your issue you need too take the laptop off the domain,and put it in a workgroup then re add to domain after restarting your system

Thanks.  Will check into that.


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