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Hi guys
 Have seen this issue with a 2000 or 2003 domains that after joining a Xp pro machine to the domain, it stops working with the server, but not all workstations, just 1 or 2 in multiple domains. At differant businesses and computers manufactors  I have searched all the articles but I am at a lose.
I have made sure that the DNS is correct in each domain. Also made sure that the primary dns is the AD Server and the Wins. I join the computer and it works until reboot. Other machines work fine. I look in the event log and nothing is apparent. But if I log off the domain and back onto the local machine with the same user name and password and it works fine, I can surf the network and mapped drives. But If I log back onto the domain it stops and then cannot navigate the mapped drives or network.
 I have stopped the computer browser, Checked the provider options in advanced, made sure that simple network services is unchecked and numerous other's,  I disjoin from the network and rejoin and it goes back to working until reboot.
I am missing something and need your help !
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While the computer is disjoined from the domain, use 'ADS Users and Computers' to remove the security account.  Then remove the computer from the domain and give the ADS a few minutes to replicate the removal of the security account.  Log the system back in and rejoin the account.  If that doesn't resolve the issue, please provide the event ID of the error message from the server that is providing login and I can lookup the article that has more details.  It's a common issue with lots of causes and resolutions.
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