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We have 2 windows 2003 servers which are added to the domain and are clustered. Those 2 servers are multi-homed(Dual NIC cards) as required by Clustering. We are facing the issue while logging to the Servers as the logging is very slow it is taking 15-20 mins. When I run gpupdate /force it hangs and after a long time it gives GP processing aborted as time expired. we are getting USERENV 1054, 1038 etc in the App log of the servers.
I am able to ping the domain name
I am able to connet to sysvol folder from server
Subnet is associated to proper site.
cheked the network card binding order
DNS is fine and is pinging
No issue in DC logs


Is there amything special which we have to do for clustered servers. How to get the policies applied.
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Are the secondary NICs on their own dedicated network or are they pushing through the rest of the LAN with everyone else?
What else do the servers do?
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Secondary NICs are having their own network for heartbeat. There is not other role on the server.
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The DNS server that the clients are reaching during logon holds the Domain records?
1054 is a DC timeout, failure to contact the DC during logon to process Group Policy

Do any of your GPOs disable SMB signing? I found this Blog post linking to a KB regarding USERENV 1038 and 1050 series errors.
http://blogs.dirteam.com/blogs/gpoguy/archive/2006/08/24/KB-article-regarding-GP-Processing-and-SMB-signing.aspx
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The issue got resolved after we have created the computer account for the cluster name of the servers.
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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