I hope all is well with you!
Sorry for the delay.
Ok so we were able to produce the AD issue with the AD team.
Unfortunately, we didn’t see much happening in terms of event logs.
There were three separate failures that occurred, but not necessarily related to joining the domain in my experience. I could certainly be mistake though.
Audit Failure - Kerberos Authentication Service - 4786
Audit Failure - Directory Service Access - 4662
Audit Failure - Credential Validation - 4776
None of these failures utilized our image account for Fog / Hostname Changer, so I don’t see them as being a smoking gun unfortunately.
The AD Team was planning a migration for our AD server to Windows Server 2019, so they will be completing this ahead of schedule for us. This migration will take place this week, so we are hopeful that it could assist with resolving the issues that we are seeing.
If that does not work, the AD team will allow us to utilize a test AD server for troubleshooting this issue. We should then be able to fix up and test any settings we think are important.
Do you also know if it is possible to ‘lock’ the domain controller to a specific domain controller in Fog? This would be helpful so we could lock Fog in to utilizing our local domain controller instead of possibly utilizing another in the network.
Again, sorry for the delay, and thank you so much. I really appreciate your assistance!