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Log on to different domain one.

By Healer ·
While physically connected to a Windows domain controller I added a Windows 7 system as a client to the Windows domain.

Then I connected and added the same Windows 7 system to another Windows server of different domain.

When I tried to log the Windows 7 system back on to the first domain I got the error message of "The security database on the server does not have a computer account for the workstation trust relationship."

Then I had to go through the process, i.e. changing the computer settings, of adding the system to the first domain in order to log back on to the first domain.

Having the computer system added to the domains previously, could we technically connect the same computer system be it any Windows system 7 or XP or Linux to more then one domain one at a time without going through the trouble of changing the client computer setting every time?

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From my understanding

by NexS In reply to Log on to different domai ...

You can only have a PC a member of one(1) domain.
You can log onto "Trusted" domains from any PC in one of the "trusted" group, but you can only be a member of one domain...

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Thank you

by Healer In reply to From my understanding

for your helpful advice.

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You are very Welcome! (nt)

by NexS In reply to Thank you
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