Cisco NSS 322 not staying connected to Active Directory.
We recently deployed a NSS 322 in our office, and connected it to our windows 2003 domain controller (running as a VM). It seems every morning that i need to log into the NSS 322 and reconnect to the active directory (Network Services -> Microsoft Networking). After i do this, everyone is able to connect to the shares on the NSS 322.
Just to add, we do not have any issues during the day with the active directory authentication, it seems to only occur over night when no one is using the shares.
Does anyone have any idea why this would be happening, or any solutions to resolve or minimize its occurrence.
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