Validating domain trusts rpc error
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This video will show how to validate the trust, reset the password, modify the number of days when a password is changed, and how to disable password changes.
When it does eventually work after a few attempts both servers validate the trust fine. This is not just the A records, but also the service records.
But only for a while, sooner or later users start having problems and I'm back at the beginning. The flags ensure that Windows syncs properly with non-Windows servers. See your PDC you need to use the NET TIME /setsntp option.
On the Primary domain controller: - Under AD Domains and Trusts clicking properties of the remote domain produces the following error: b.
This secured channel is used to obtain and verify security information, including security identifiers (SIDs) for users and groups.
This section describes the inner workings of trusts, discusses the various types of trusts that can be used, provides a detailed list of referral and logon processes that involve trusts, and lists the network ports that trusts can use.
Get a variety of errors when trying to validate from server A, including: "The trust cannot be validated. The secure channel (SC) reset on domain controller \domain B\server B of domain B failed with error: There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request." I then get asked if I want to change the trust password. If this is not repaired you have to reset the trust, but then it will fail again later as the clocks skew relative to each other.
If I say yes, then i get the error: "The trust cannot be repaired because: There are currently no logon servers available to service the request" If I try to validate from server B I get the error: "Windows cannot find a domain controller for the server A domain. I've tried scrubbing the trust and re-creating it and sometime it works, but other times it fails to create. For the DNS, you need to check that the Active Directory registrations are correct for both domains.