troubleshooting Question

How to diagnose and troubleshoot a suspected Active Directory problem

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Josh RogalskiFlag for United States of America asked on
Active DirectoryDesktops* domain controller* LDAPWindows OS
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We have an Active Directory Forest with a primary and sub domain.  This week we started experiencing issues with certain products that connect to said domain.  The products either fail, or connection from some accounts who should have permission fail.  This includes built in actions like joining a pc to the domain or in some cases remote desktop.  Odd that it isn't all products and some user accounts are affected and some aren't.  Any ideas on how to troubleshoot this would be spectacular.  No known changes or modifications that we know of.  

Server 2019 DC's

Functional level of domain - 2012R2

Tried rebooting domain controllers

Josh Rogalski
Network Technician

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