ISA Server 2006 cant authenticate Windows Server 2008 Doman controller

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My domain level is windows server 2003 full edition, I have 2 DC, one with fsmo is a windows server 2003 the other is a windows server 2008. The windows server 2008 has been upgraded from windows server 2003 a few month ago and has been working fine.. Recently isa server 2006 was restarted and didnt work when trying to authenticate on a domain controller. We get a message in eventviewer saying that following this logon failure, local policy could not be applied and the computer name was undefined. I discovered that isa was trying to authenticate on the W2k8 DC and that this last one was refusing access to it ?

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