at this point if there are no ACLs on the subinterfaces I would look at the AD, DC configuration it might be possible that IP subnets of administrators have to be declared, defined on them (they may have a built in embedded firewall or other security feature).
I remember in a previous job that AD managers people asked us to classify all the IP subnets in the intranet providing a brief comment for each.
Thank you for your replies as it did help us eliminate some theories. We had a routing loop which caused the domain controllers to not communicate with the workstation. We connected the 6500 to a direct path to the router with sub-interfaces. This corrected the issue.
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