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My OS X Lion 10.7.4 Mac successfully binds to a Microsoft Active Directory Domain Controller. However every time after rebooting, I keep receiving "Network accounts are unavailable" with a red colored color; and after a few seconds it goes away and I can log on with my Ad credentials

I have searched around in Google but I have had no luck in getting rid of this annoying message.

Has anyone experienced this kind of behavior and know how to resolve it?

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we see this a lot at our workplace. I beleive it's due to the time difference between getting an IP address from DHCP, registering the NetBios name, and the network layer then getting a connection to AD as a security provider. – Stu Wilson Sep 13 '12 at 14:27

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