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Macs not able to log onto Active Directory through Open Directory


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Hi please excuse my lack of Apple savvy!
I have an active directory domain that hosts macs through open directory on an x server.
Very recently the MAC's will not allow a user to log back on after 2 hours... they put their credentials in and screen shakes not allowing them on.

If the MAC is unbound and then rebound to AD/OD the problem is resolved but only temporarily.

Any ideas or pointers gratefully received

thanks

Matt
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