Use the NETDOM Resource Kit utility to ensure that your domain trusts are functioning properly. If the trusts have become corrupted, you may need to break and re-establish the trust. Other simpler solutions include testing overall network connectivity and name resolution -- figure out what's different between the domain that the workstation CAN access versus the domain that it CAN'T.
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