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    duplicate machine names caused this problem for me on my work network, once that was sorted, taking them off and readding them to the domain sorted it.

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    I spoke too soon, lost two machines this morning and another 8 about 20 minutes ago.

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    OK guys I need some information from you please.

    What network card is being used to connect to the domain on the PC's that are losing trust?

    Our are all Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller / PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_80001025&REV_06.

    For what it's worth the PC's that are failing are all Acer Veritons and one Acer Revo: I do not blame Acer for this but I am beginning to suspect the nic driver.


    Obviously I am hoping the failing PC's you have are the same card - a long shot but who knows...


    P.S. By 4p.m. yesterday we'd lost 20 out of 30 PC's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLibrarian View Post
    OK guys I need some information from you please.

    What network card is being used to connect to the domain on the PC's that are losing trust?

    Our are all Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller / PCI\VEN_10EC&DEV_8168&SUBSYS_80001025&REV_06.

    For what it's worth the PC's that are failing are all Acer Veritons and one Acer Revo: I do not blame Acer for this but I am beginning to suspect the nic driver.


    Obviously I am hoping the failing PC's you have are the same card - a long shot but who knows...


    P.S. By 4p.m. yesterday we'd lost 20 out of 30 PC's.
    Mines a mixture of NEC Powermate ML450 (Realtek) and HP DC7800 and DC8000 (broadcom i think). We have also had it on the dual boot macs!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by techie08 View Post
    Mines a mixture of NEC Powermate ML450 (Realtek) and HP DC7800 and DC8000 (broadcom i think). We have also had it on the dual boot macs!!!!
    I was really hoping it was going to be a driver issue.

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    We had this issue and found it to be related to naming the machines when joining the domain for the first time.

    Taking all the machines out of the domain and renaming then rejoining seemed to fix it for good.

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    That's been done on a number of occasions; even created entirely new accounts for the machines by renaming the machines while they were off the domain.

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    What DC's are being used? 2003? 2008? 2008R2?

    Domain functional level?

    Our are 2003r2 at not sure what level but I will try to find out.

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    We are running at 2003 functional level

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    2003r2 Domain Level Here also!

    All DCs on 2008r2

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    Quote Originally Posted by sister_annex View Post
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    We are running at 2003 functional level
    I couldn't remember what we were at; guess I should have turned round and asked you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLibrarian View Post
    I couldn't remember what we were at; guess I should have turned round and asked you.
    Lol... Yeah

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    FYI we are going to attempt moving to 2008r2 soon

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    I could well be jumping the gun; network card drivers...

    The latest set from Realtek seem (so far he says typing with crossed fingers) to have solved the issue.

    Watch this thread for much gnashing of teeth and wailing etc. if it all goes wrong again.

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    Touch wood we haven't had any of our PCs come up with problem for a week or so now but the dual macs, we had 3 of today!



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