I am trying to setup Team Foundation Server 2010 on Windows Server 2008 R2 using a single server configuration.
During the "Readiness Checks" phase of the configuration wizard, I am facing an issue that i preventing me from communicating with the domain controller (which is Windows Server 2000).
[ System Checks ] TF255435: This computer is a member of an Active Directory domain, but the domain controllers are not accessible. Network problems might be preventing access to the domain. Verify that the network is operational, and then retry the readiness checks. Other options include configuring Team Foundation Server specifying a local account in the custom wizard or joining the computer to a workgroup. http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=164053&clcid=0x409
After reading the log file, the main issue I am encountering appears to be:
The trust relationship between this workstation and the primary domain failed. (type SystemException)
I have read in several other locations that the solution to this issue is to:
- Leave the domain
- Join a workgroup
- Rejoin the domain
Unfortunately, I have tried this several times now and the issue persists. Is there anything I can try on the either the client machine or the domain controller that may help solve my issue?