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jpatto

Reset secure connection between workstation

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Anyone know how to reset the secure connection between a domain controller and a Workstation? I read the article at http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=216393

and it brought back errors. Could someone give me a brief example of how the syntax is run. This is what ive tried:

netdom reset 'workstation' /domain:'MyDomain'

This returns - Network path not found

netdom reset workstation /domain:MyDomain

Target name account is incorrect (notice the ' is/are missing)

So im not 100% what the correct way would be. Thanks

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Anyone!!!!!!!!!! even if you know another way of resetting a secure connection between server and client..........

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Can't you just take that WS out of the domain and then join it again?

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Yes ive tried that and for some strange reason it doesnt join. Checking the event log gave me event ID 3210 (i think) which tells me to reset the secure connection.

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Thanks ive tried all the suggestions listed on the above link but either theyre pointed towards NT or resetting the secure connection. Ive removed the workstation from the domain and will try to see if it will join later (incase a miracle happens :whistle: ) so any more suggestions?

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When you removed the computer from your domain did you remove the computer account from AD? If not, try that.

All else fails, rebuild workstation from scratch.

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The only place ive removed the computer from is "computers" found in Active Directory Users and Computers - is that what you mean?

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Thank you. That worked and resolved the issue.

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Thought it might :)

Glad it did work for ya. All the best.

N.

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