Binding Mac BookPro to AD

I am going for Mac certification.  I have an MSCA from MS.  

I am trying to bind my MacBook Pro to AD.  I can do it, but when I try to log into the MBP with the windows authentication it only accepts the Administrator of the Domain credentials not the user creds.  When I log into the administrator credentials, I can get in and browse shares without authenticating.  I really need help in figuring out why I can not use the regular user.

Thanks,

Rick
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Rahul MehtaApple certified TECHNICAL COORDINATORCommented:
Go to system preference. User and accounts. Login option there u can see a option join (please unlock the lock). The enter ur server creaintals.
serialbandCommented:
That sounds like a Windows share permission issue.  What permissions did you set your shares?

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