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Add proper forward and reverse entries to Windows domain DNS for all the servers, as Kerberos requires them. It's likely that until now domain DHCP server used to do it automatically, now it doesn't happen due to no DHCP. Also make sure /etc/resolv.conf only lists Windows domain DNS servers.


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Turns out that it was the account being joined with. I was trying to connect using: net ads join -U administrator I figured that because my DNS was resolving correctly that would be fine, it wasn't. I needed to use administrator@DOMAIN.NET as the account to join with.



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