Windows 2003 to 2008 R2 AD migration

After migrating AD from 2003 to 2008 R2  no users can log in from the network.  They can locally to the PDC with domain credentials.  I can not add new computers to the domain.  This is what I get in Dcdiag.  anyone see the issues and how to fix or am I going to need to rebuild AD for 40 pulse users?
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rgormanCommented:
It sounds like you have a DNS issue.  Make sure all the clients are referencing the IP for the new DNS server(s) and update the DHCP scope options to reflect that too.  The server will need to make sure it points to itself so it can update the DNS zone appropriately.  Once you have all that working it likely will let you join PC's to the domain again.
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
I just looked at the DCDiag log and your biggest issue is related to sysvol and netlogon shares. Based on the log they are not being shared which is why you are experiencing all of these issues with users login into the domain.

I hope you have been taking your backups because you are going to have to do an authoritative resotre of the Sysvol and netlogon Shares.

Authoritative Restore for Sysvol/Netlogon
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/290762

Once you have complete this restore all your issues should be resolved.

Will.

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