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I have a pc (XP Pro) that gets locked out of the domain controller every day.
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by:ggeorgiou7
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Try deleting the AD user account and re-creating.  
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by:gurutc
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Hi,

Is the PC getting rebooted every night?  What shows up in the PC's event logs?

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