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Mon Feb 18, 2013 4:21 am

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Hi all,

This one has got me stumped.

I have a magic triangle that was working perfectly for around a year. It has 2 server 2008R2 DC's and an OSX lion server which we use for controlling and managing preferences for Mac workstations.

The workstations are encountering the following problems:

1) Users that have USB allow rights or switch from a USB deny profile sometimes don't get granted USB access (as if the profile hasnt changed over correctly).

2) Sometimes, when logging in, the workstations do not pickup the security groups that the users are allocated to in active directory.

I have double checked Active directory and there are no relevant problems there. the OD server shows no errors in the OD or Kerboros log file.

Anyone have any ideas. It would be gratefully appreciated.



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