We just switched from Server 2000 to 2003 and I rebuilt the network and domain. I disjoined the clients from the old domain before reloading the server and creating the new domain. The old domain was office.net, while the new domain under W2k3 is office.local. When joining the clients to the new domain, some of them insist on being joined to "office" while others insist on using "office.local"
Very likely incorrect DNS settings. You should be able to add all members to the domain using the domain's FQDN. If this doesn't work, you have name resolution problems. Assuming your DC is running DNS,
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