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Windows Server 2008 servers are rebooting in workgroup

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We have several Windows Server 2008 servers which suddenly restart and come up in a workgroup instead of the domain. No errors are shown and the accounts still exist in Active Directory. We have no issues with 2003 servers. Adding the server back to the domain only helps for a few hours, then the same problem occurs. I tried resetting the AD computeraccount and recreating it before adding the server back to the domain, but without any result.
I'm wondering if anyone has experienced similar issues or if this is a known issue.
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