Ever get that feeling when you’re working on snapshot VMs and you mistakenly revert the wrong VM and now it cannot log into the domain due to out of sync security database between the VM and the Domain Controller. follow these quick steps to fix a “The Security Database on the Server Does Not Have a Computer Account for This Workstation Trust Relationship”
- Disconnect the virtual network adapter on the virtual machine that is having connection issues.
- Login on to the Server/PC that is inaccessible with an account that has Administrator privileges.
- Connect the server virtual network adapter back in while logged on.
- Change the domain name from FQDN (ie:- windom.local ) to the short name (ie:- windom).
- Reboot the virtual machine and log back in as the domain user and all should be fine.
One of the great things about using virtualization especially when it’s VMware is that there are many interesting blogs out there that contain a wealth of information on this topic, many with some great ideas, tips and tricks and some really detailed information on everything VMware and also not forgetting Hyper-V.
So with the start of the year the race to become No.1 on the top Virtualization Blog (vBlog) has arrived, vSphere-land.com is out their to ask your opinion about the Top Virtualization Blogs which have helped you in the Past Year to Learn, Explore & Master the Virtualization Technology & the related Eco-system.
If my Blog has helped you in your journey of Virtualization, I would of course be grateful if you did spend a VOTE for me on their survey.
You can VOTE by clicking on the following link.
Whether you Vote or Get Voted, you have a chance to win some wonderful freebies as mentioned by Eric Siebert on vSphere-land.com
“This year the top VMware & virtualization blogger voting will be bigger and better thanks to Veeam. We’ll be doing random prize giveaways both for bloggers that make it into the top 50 and for the voters as well. I’ll randomly pick 3 blogger names and 4 voter names to win prizes which include a Mac Mini, iPad Mini, HP MicroServer, Beats headphones, Roku and a Wii U.”