how do you establish a root of trust in Windows Server?

Michael Minette 0 Reputation points
2023-10-19T21:31:30.19+00:00

Members of the Server's Domain to not recognize it as a trusted source. How is that trust established?

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  1. Dave Patrick 426.2K Reputation points MVP
    2023-10-19T21:34:23.48+00:00

    Not much to go on but you could try disjoin domain, reboot, join domain.

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  2. Daisy Zhou 19,276 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor
    2023-10-24T01:29:54.79+00:00

    Hello Michael Minette,

    Thank you for posting in Q&A forum.

    Based on the description "Members of the Server's Domain to not recognize it as a trusted source. How is that trust established?", do you mean the trust relationship between domain client or member server is lost?

    If so, you can try to run the command on domain client or member server.
    Netdom resetpwd /s:target_server /ud:mydomain\domain_admin /pd:*

    /s:server is the name of the domain controller to use for setting the machine account password. This is the server where the KDC is running.
    /ud:domain\User is the user account that makes the connection with the domain you specified in the /s parameter. This must be in domain\User format. If this parameter is omitted, the current user account is used.
    /pd:* specifies the password of the user account that is specified in the /ud parameter. Use an asterisk (*) to be prompted for the password.

    I hope the information above is helpful.

    If you have any question or concern, please feel free to let us know.

    Best Regards,
    Daisy Zhou

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