Login Failure on Disconnected Domain Controllers

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Domain Controller
Logon failure
Network administration
Network connectivity
WAN
I have a WAN with 6 domain controllers connected to a center domain server with all the roles on this server.When ever there is a break on the WAN the domain controllers administrators report of not been able to login to the branch domain controllers server with there account or the domain adminstrative account. what is the cause and solution?
ASKED: February 15, 2009  2:30 PM
UPDATED: February 17, 2009  3:28 PM

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their can vbe a multiple probleme,

Look at the FSMO role of all of your DCs, the PDC emulator is still a valide role….?
look at the prefered DC in your client registry. in a microsoft workd the first DC to answer is the one that give the answer and this can be a remote server and it become the preferd server. so look for that in the registry and chage it. you can push IT thru GPO.

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Are all DCs global catalog servers? Also, check that the remote DCs are not replica servers
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