Trust relationship between this workstation and Primary Domain

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Primary Domain Controller
Remote management
Trust relationship
Windows Server 2003
Windows XP
I have a win2k3 sp1 box connected to xpSP3 thru crossover cable. DHCP works, the PC is in the domain. I cant remotely manage the PC from the server, so I tried adding the domain admin to the list of users on the PC. admin can log on no problems, but when i try to add him in control panel>users i get "Trust relationship between this workstation and Primary Domain" i googled, and nobody seems to know the solution. MS sucks. thanks.
ASKED: May 4, 2009  10:29 PM
UPDATED: May 5, 2009  12:57 PM

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Have you tried adding a user into the domains Active Directory, and giving him admin privileges? I see no reason why after a restart, you shouldnt be able to logon both PCs with this user.

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  • carlosdl
    Have you tried removing the pc from the domain and adding it again ? Also, check the DNS settings of the workstation.
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