I am having trouble joining a Windows 8 Pro desktop to our domain. I have added XP & Windows 7 machines with no problems. Nothing has changed in the server configuration and I even removed and re-added an XP machine just to test. It joined normally.
The Windows 8 machine seemed like it worked the first time and allowed me to logon as one domain user and it correctly mapped a drive.
"The system cannot contact a domain controller to service the authentication request."
Can open and browse folders on server by IP but not name, although it worked last night when i first joined. I cannot logon as any other domain user besides the first one.
When I try to logon on as another user I get this "There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request."
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