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02/03/2012

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Microsoft tries to chalk this issue up to the computer booting faster than the network, DNS issues, or netlogon using udp instead of tcp. The fact is, this is a problem with Windows and they refuse to acknowledge it. This workaround absolutely works, and the fact that it does illustrates the problem exists.
The only concern I have is that after the maximum number of cached logins are exhausted, will it renegotiate or will I have to do this again to refresh the cache? Only time will tell.

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