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2008 Enterprise Server wont stay authenticated in my 2003 domain

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I am builing a new terminal server farm for testing prior to deployment of Server 2008.  I have loaded 3 Enterprise 2008 servers, one is the session broker, the other 2 are members of the farm.  I have a start up script that runs agains the machine to map the N: drive so all user will have this.  It seems like a day after I get everything to work my published apps stop because the N: drive is no longer mapped.  If I click on the drive in my computer it wont connect.  If I browse to the location it asks for credentials.  My question is why do these servers appear to be losing authentication with the 2003 domain.  If I rejoin the servers to the domain,all is well for a day or so.
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Use the netdom command to reset the computer's secure password. Or you can change the name of the server then re-add to the domain.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/File_Servers/Active_Directory/Q_23611729.html?cid=236#a22132205
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We will verify.
Posting tomorrow with the results.

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What was the solution if you don't mind me asking?
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