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SBS - Imaged - ALL clients unable to connect

Posted on 2009-03-30
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Hi Experts

I have just completed (or so I thought) an image from an old server to a new hardware with Acronis Universal Restore.
I have moved it to new hardware and now, when users are trying to access the file shares, it is disallowing them.

It seems that they are unable to login to the server. (Users are logging in with cached credentials it looks like. They are also unable to run any group policy objects.
Is there something I missed perhaps?
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Nevermind, silly reason.

I did not migrate the user CALs over.
Re-added cals and now all users can login.
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