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CRM1.2 cannot authenticate users with new domain controller.

Posted on 2007-12-05
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Scenario:
Existing Exchange 2000 Cluster, 2 Domain Controllers and CRM 1.2
Installed new Domain Controller, Server 2003 R2. Moved all FSMO roles to new DC.
Shut off netlogon service on previously existing 2 DCs.
Tested logon of workstations. All work well and authenticate through new DC.  Hoewever, users cannot log into CRM 1.2 or Exchange.  I reenabled Netlogon on the two old DCs and everythign works well.
What am i missing?
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by:Kini pradeep
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Is Ad replication working fine with the new Dc ?
any errors reported ?
is this server also a Global catalog, if not then it should be inorder for Exchange to function.

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by:jkushen
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AD has replicated to the new DC with no errors. It is a GC server as well. GC has been turned off on the other DCs and all teh FSMO roles are on the new DC.

Yet when the original DC is turned off, they cannot use CRM.
Thanks.
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No longer relavent . close question please.
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