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After Recover problem "The relationship between this workstation"

Discussion in 'Networking' started by nf24eg, Feb 8, 2015.

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  1. nf24eg

    nf24eg Thread Starter

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    Hello,
    I'm not asking for anything that may break the rule of my company or the Froum.
    I used to take a full backup from the drive C; for my office's laptop, in case of any problem I can recover.
    I was out of the country and got a virus, so I restored my backup and everything working well, when I came back and connected to the Lan at office I got this message whenever I put the log-in password "The relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed" !!!
    and it not allow me to login, until I disconnect the Lan cable.
    after I login I plug the cable again and everything working very well, I conneceted to the internet, the shared folders and Lan printer, BUT I notice that the Local Area Connection Icon in the control panel showing the "Domain 2 (unauthenticated)" !!
    May I know what happened wrong and why this message appears ? I have administration use for my laptop.
    Any suggetions about the that reason caused this message and the effect ? and what is the options to solve it ?

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. Golden_

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    I would suggest leaving the domain controller and re-entering it. Though in order to do that, you must log in as a local admin. Your company's IT department or whoever that maintains the Windows server for you should be able to do that as the admin credentials is needed for you to rejoin the domain-controller.
     
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