Currently Being ModeratedJan 6, 2013 4:27 AM (in response to Rafal Lukawiecki)
I know the issue. Little Snitch 3.0.2 was running on the MBP. When I disable it, the problem goes away and the users can log-on. Unfortunately, I am not sure what rule to create for LS to allow the log-on. I have logged a query with developers to find out the workaround rule. In the meantime, disabling LS works fully.
Currently Being ModeratedApr 24, 2013 1:03 AM (in response to Rafal Lukawiecki)
It seems that the problem is that LS cannot prompt you for connection requests during the very early login stage, ie. when you are still at the login window, so the connection gets rejected and the login fails.
If you disable the LS then upon first login you will get a dialog from LS saying that there were connection attempts during login, and allow you to verfiy them, I tried it now on the second mac, and it seems that all that matters is the NetAuthSysAgent - allow outgoing connections to domain yourdomainname, but this is a rule of the user you are logging into!