Reset the secure connection between a workstation and a domain controller.
Syntax NETDOM RESET machine [/Domain:domain] [/Server:server] [/UserO:user] [/PasswordO:[password | *]] [/SecurePasswordPrompt] Key: /Domain The domain with which to establish the secure connection. /Server Name of a specific domain controller that should be used to
establish the secure connection. /UserO User account used to make the connection with the machine to
be reset /PasswordO Password of the user account specified By /UserO. Specifying a * will prompt for the password. /SecurePasswordPrompt Use secure credentials popup to specify credentials. This option should be used when smartcard credentials need to be specified. This option is only in effect when the password value is supplied as *
In Windows 10 use the Test-ComputerSecureChannel PowerShell cmdlet instead.
Netdom options can be abbreviated to just the UPPER case letters, e.g. /PasswordO can be supplied as just /PO
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NETDOM VERIFY - Verify the secure connection between a workstation and a DC.
Test-ComputerSecureChannel - Test and repair the secure channel to the domain.