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OS X Server: Unable to login when Open Directory server is offline

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I've recently deployed an OS X 10.5 server and am having problems with the laptop clients.  It seems when they go off the network, they are no longer able to login.  Does Open Directory or Apple provide cached credentials so that these users can still authenticate when gone?
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It seems the problem was actually a permissions issue.  I repaired the permissions on the drive, rebooted, and everything worked!
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