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server 2012 can't login

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We have a few 2012 servers now for a few clients and on several of them at times we can't login it just says the password is wrong. And we are sure of the passwords. Nothing works short of rebooting them then we can login. Has anyone else seen this? Or know how yo prevent it?
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Axis52401Security Analyst

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Its separate servers on different hardware for different clients. Seems unlikely to be a network adapter problem especially if.its the domain controller
David Paris VicenteInfrastructure Designer

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OK.

So check the link that I posted and see if help.
Axis52401Security Analyst

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I did but thats about a network file transfer speed issues. Our problem is when this problem happens we cannot login to the server
David Paris VicenteInfrastructure Designer

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Yes I know I thought this would be related with network issues.

So lets move forward, are your DNS servers correctly set up?
Do you have any security or application events?
Can you access to the server through FQDN?
Are your DC reporting any issues related with replication, netlogon, SYSVOL, PDC?

Let us know.
Axis52401Security Analyst

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After the reboot the problem goes away. Nothing in the event veiwer except previous shutdown unexpected.
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