I've got a Windows 2003 server as the domain and I've got a network of about 60 Vista stations. We're getting ready to roll out Windows 7 stations soon.
As a test I took a newly formated Windows 7 station and added it to the domain. It took the domain without error, but if I try to use a domain profile to login with it fails out with, " The Group Policy Client service failed the logon. Access is denied"
I've tried this with multiple profiles and it does the same thing. However, I can login just fine using the domain administrator account.
Using that account I was able to install the new group policy AD on that local machine that let me get in and edit the group policy.
So I'm now stuck on how to get these profiles to login correctly without receiveing that error message. I think if I remember right I had this same error message a long time ago when I was first doing this with Vista.
I've tired just deleting the user profile and that doesn't work, so it has to be the group policy.
I've got a global group policy that applies itself to "Authenticated Users" and then another one that applies to a User GPO.
What steps should I be taking here? Is there something I need to install on 2003 sever to get this to work? I could probably copy and paste the current group policy settings if that would help.