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Domain Controller problems

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I just installed a secondary domain controller on a 2003 platform and whenever I disconnect the first domain controller the secondary one is not allowing new users to logon. Also, when the new domain is up users are unable to send/receive emails/ or browse the Web.

This new domain is also a DHCP/DNS servers. It does issue IP addresses and whenever users logon to the domain and I can see them under the security/Event Logs.

Basically, when the new domain is up it is not allowing users to do their normal tasks.

Note: Active Directory works fine. Changes on the old or new is quickly replicated between the two domains.

Any suggestions.
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