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Cannot access one server with admin password

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I have a domain consisting of several servers. When a computer logs on to the network a script maps all of the necessary shared drives. I have three newer computers, one vista & two 7 (all 64-bit) that do not respond to this script. Now I can manually map all drives but one. For whatever reason one of the servers will not grant me access from these newer OS, even when enter the admin credentials. I just get a message stating that the password is wrong. Any ideas?
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