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FAS270 Not Authenticating with Domain

We have a FAS270 online here. It has been working fine for months. About a week ago it randomly started asking for username and password when you type \\xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (its IP address) in run. It will not accept any username or password. No GPO has changed, settings or anything. When this happened a week ago it went on for about an hour or so and just stopped and started working correctly again. Then today it started again, but now it has gone on for hours and is still happening.
If I look in the CIFs-Session Report there are about 4 computers that can access it without user name and password.

For some background....Our users are running windows XP, servers are windows server 2003. The FAS270 is on the domain and DNS/AD look fine.
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DEHLI
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DEHLIAuthor Commented:
Also I am getting this message on the Filer over and over-

AFT [Auth.dc.trace.DCConnection.errorMsg:error] : AUTH: Domain Controller error: NetLogon error 0xc0000022: - Filer's security information differs from domain controller.
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DEHLIAuthor Commented:
I managed to figure out what the problem was. There was not PDC list created in my Filer. So it was finding all the DCs dinamicly. It apparently goes by subnet. Here in my office our DC died the other day and we had to rebuild it. The new DC is still replicating and not ready yet. But the Filer decided to put it on the top of its PDCs list. I added a new list and put a different (working) DC on the top PDC spot.
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iNc0gCommented:
can you please explain what commands on the filer did you issue in order to solve this ? i am facing the exact same problem.
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