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Sharepoint foundation 2013 "The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed"

Update:10-11Source: network consolidation
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Hi Sir/Madam,
I try to connect the sharepoint foundation 2013 server by remote desktop recently using domain account, but it show the error message that mentioned in the subject. I can login the server using local account. Do I need to disjoin
the domain then rejoin the domain? Will there be any risk if I do this? 
My SharePoint environment as below:
Primary domain : abc.local (DC : windows server 2012 standard R2)
SharePoint : SharePoint foundation 2013 and SQL Standard 2012 installed on a single windows server 2012 standard (not R2, joined domain "abc.local)
I tried this on DC > active directory user and compouter >right click Sharepoint pc > click reset > reboot sharepoint server, reboot sharepoint server but still cannot login using AD account
I also tried netdom command and powershell command "Reset -ComputerMachinePassword" also failed to reset the password.
Please help to resolve my problem. Thanks
Jeffrey

The Best Answer

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Go to Control Panel -> System -> under Computer Name, Domain, click Change Settings. Click on the Change button, then re-type the domain in the NetBIOS or FQDN format, which ever it is currently not set to. This will force a soft-join to the domain.
Trevor Seward
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