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Windows 2008 - Denied Access to login TS some times, but this happen only with Domain users.

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Windows 2008 - Denied Access to login TS some times, but this happen only with Domain users.

If I try login on TS using a local user it's works.

Is not a problem with a permissions, because if I wait couples minutes, the login to Domain users works.
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by:Jon Sverrisson
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Do domain users logging into TS use only their username or domain\username?
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I use domain\username, the problem is not the username, because some times it works.
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by:Walter Padrón
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What is the exact error message?
Seems to be a Kerberos authentication issue. Do you have more than one DC?

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Hello Walter, the error message is "Access Denied".

I make a test logging with a local user and it is works.

I think that is a problem with a DC communication, I put the name of the DC on Hosts file.

The problem not happen suddenly, so, I need wait some days for know if the problem is resolved or not.
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by:Walter Padrón
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You must check the DNS zone _msdcs.yourdomain.com for staled or wrong records pointing to non-existing DCs, do the same in your domainname.com zone for NS records.

You can also must restart the KDC (Kerberos Key Distribution Center) on every domain controller.
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I put the name of the DC on Hosts files and it works.
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