So I have about 10 computers attached to a local NAS (Synology) as an Active Directory server. Let me point out that each of these computers has an ethernet connection to the server, is running an activated version of Win 10 Pro and has roaming profiles
e.d. This all worked fine until today.
Today collegues of mine started to get the Windows 10 v 1809 update. Nothing to worry about, really, was my thought. But as the update finished, logging in 'stalled' the computer. There is a video of the situation after logging in here: https://www.reddit.com/r/Windows10/comments/9l2hlt/windows_10_1809_update_active_directory_errorcant/
It is important to know that the 'older versions' of Windows 10 don't have any problem logging in!
So what did I do to troubleshoot?
- Rolled back the computers that could be rolled back. Fixed the problem for them.
- Created a clean windows installation with v 1809. I can add the computer to the Active Directory although when I reboot and try to login to a user, the same problem occurs.
- Tried removing all GPO's. No effect.
- Tried different (new) users. No effect.
- Tried changing network settings. No effect.
What I probably should add is that the used DNS server for windows is 192.168.0.100, which is the NAS which runs the DNS server and Active Directory.
I am really confused. Can maybe someone help me out to solve this problem?
And if not, maybe someone knows more technical details on what changed in this new version that might lead to my problem?