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lion OS X will not allow AD user to log in.

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lion OS X will not allow AD user to log in. Any ideas.  The laptop is bound to the domain.
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What server version is the AD on?
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I believe it is Windows 2008 R2. I do not have server admin rights and can verify once the server admin returns. We have other users that are able to log on just not this laptop.
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update 10.7.2 fixed this problem.
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10.7.2 updated fixed it.
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