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AD Authentication and password replication - 11.Oct.2006 8:29:01 AM   
yome86

 

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Good afternoon,

First excuse my English, I am french.
I am facing a quite strange problem, I check on this forum but was not able to find a solution to it.

To describe the perimeter, we have an active directory infrastructure in W2K3 and we use decentralized Domain controllers (one by site). The proxy infrastructure is centralized on the headquarter.We use AD integrated authentication to filter Internet access.
We have just migrated our ISA 2000 entreprise servers to ISA 2004. The solution was working very well until the migration but now when a user changes his password in the active Directory, he is always prompted for username and password until we reset again the password directly on the Domain controllers of the Headquarter (where the proxy are hosted).

We first think about a replication problem between our different Domain controllers but I check with our system administrator and everything is ok.

Do you have an idea of what could be the problem? Caching of the credentials? Active directory problem?

Thank you for your help.

Best regards

Guillaume
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