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Log on issues after Migration from sbs 2003 to sbs 2008

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Just completed a migration from sbs 2003 to sbs 2008

having log on problems with workstations, upon server reboot the following events in log show up in order in which they occur:

Event ID 2886 — LDAP signing
Event ID 91 — AD CS Active Directory Domain Services Connection
Event ID 94 — AD CS Active Directory Domain Services Connection
Event ID 44 — AD CS Policy Module Processing

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Need more information than this - what are the logon problems?  Are workstations not authenticating? Logging on very slowly?  Do the client PCs log anything helpful in their event logs whilst attempting to log on?

Take a look at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd299851%28WS.10%29.aspx to see if this helps you.

As always, the SBS 2008 BPA is an excellent tool for troubleshooting configuration issues and is always worth running even on a fairly healthy SBS setup.
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Had an entry in AD pointing to to old server.

Also, some desktops had manually entered IP addresses with the dns pointing to the old server.

Workstations connecting fine now.
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OK, well done.  Don't forget to mark the question closed either accepting my answer if it helped or close it by accepting your comment as the answer.
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