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    Reset Trust Relationship

    1 of my windows 7 clients has lost its trust relationship (don't know why, the time is correct) is there a way of resetting the trust remotely?

    I tried resetting the Computer account in AD but this didn't do it. My usual fix is to undomain and redomain the PC.

    I think it can be done with the ndom.exe but I can't figure the syntax out and the googles just seem fixated with resetting the domain controller.

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    assuming your device has the netdom command installed, this should work I think

    netdom reset ComputerName /domain:FQDN /server: NameofDCinDomain /UserO:Useraccount with rights to reset object /PasswordO:PasswordofAccount

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    There is a good chance the startup repair broke this. We disabled it system wide to fix this issue.

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    yes this issue is caused when the computer is not shutdown properly and the start up repair occurs best idea is to disable this or remind staff to not let this run, i know that would be a long shot but you can always try. UNdomain....redomain is the fix, Microsoft bug i suppose.

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    batch file to disable startup repair (if you want it to run as a startup script you might want to add some test logic (so if exists bootrepairof.txt goto end or similar

    bcdedit /set {default} bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures

    aparantly you can also set ad no to expire pc passwords

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    urgh, I logged in as a local admin. It's been restored to its install day. All software is removed, it doesn't even think its genuine. Is this an autonomous action or does it require some interaction. (and I'm amazed no admin password required)

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    i usally just log in as local admin go to domain it and just add/remove .local from the domain and reboot

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