This was working untill Windows 7 appeard on Xp we had no problems at all. Put the device to sleep, awake it at home, can cannot unlock. If not working by step 3, ensure you can log into the computer using another domain account. There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request. This is trivial to understand with a few minutes of Googling and some self study. When I check the Resultant Policy, I see Deny explicit next to my domain admin. We had tried below to fix the problem: Disjoint and rejoin domain… still got the error.
When trying to login to windows 7, 8, 8. Any ideas of what could be causing this and is there a fix for it? It is a laptop, and I should be able to use it wherever, right? My specific problem was addressed in 3 above and as you had suggested, after I logged in from work a single time I was once again able to login locally to my laptop again. Could I have accidentally deleted a record for my server? Users who had already logged into the laptop could get in because the laptop remembers the last few passwords, and then they could connect to the wireless, but new users were getting the error. The current domain is abc. I went into the registry of the user's laptop and compared them to mine and everything was the same. I never thought the wireless was dropping off coms because no one ever complaing. I can do this from the laptop itself? We are happy to advise and to share anecdotes.
When users are off the network for a random amount of time, they lose their cached credentials, and then cannot sign in getting the error about no logon server available. I have logged on to my machine numerous times since I left the organisation without problem so I am not sure why this is only coming up now. I didn't have to download this, change that or manually fiddle with anything. It's only function is a File Server. One day my boss took one of them, un-joined the Domain and play around with Skype via outside Wifi Network. A quick reply would be appreciated! If you are no longer member of a domain then you should be able to login to your computer using a local computer account.
If you have webmail - I like to login as them from a working machine with the credentials they give me if it works, then we know that is correct, if not, then that is probably the issue 2. To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below. I use TeamViewer to remotely access each of my home computers from my office or anytime I am away from home. When I and my colleagues tried to log in to his laptop to install a new program, we cannot log in. Because those are the skills you need for problems like these.
Oh how I hate this error! That is why I am suggesting to a tracert to see where in the line it actually stops Lol, still asleep this morning completly misread most of the posts on here. I have couple all-in-one Win8 Desktop connecting Domain with Wifi access point router and running good. The funny thing is that I have found a workaround. Going from 0 to A+ Net+ in 90 days is going to be very difficult for the kind of people who go out and find their own answers instead of asking a technical community. Their laptop is not physically connected correctly to the network - this is the main issue I find and 1 above because they have tried all sorts of things to get it going only to make their user details wrong. Moreover, there are no coresponding events in event log system, app, security , like wouldn't anything happened.
Updated the network driver today still receiving same result 2. The factory restore process is normally invoked by pressing a Function key like F11 at computer startup. In our case, the problem was that under the 'Connection' tab of the Properties of the wireless connection, 'Connect automatically when this network is in range' was unchecked. Interactive logon: Number of previous logons to cache in case domain controller is not available Determines the number of users who can have cached credentials on the computer. I think no solution has been posed to fix this yet. Normally, our users are able to logon on top level domain servers.
No matter what I tried I couldn't get her domain account to cache locally on her laptop. Unfortunately, I don't have any answers. Would I be faster starting again and building a new server? I think that cache has expired and that's why you get the error. I was previously part of a domain which I no longer have access to. I had similar problem with just the laptop user for a couple of months.
We have a admin account we use when setting up new users, and such. He tries reboot, no result. These machines also usually have a utility with which to create physical recovery discs in case the hard drive needs to be replaced or the factory restore image is somehow damaged. I have several Win7 Laptops that need to work 'offline' i. Leo Huang If you are user and have any feedback on our support quality, please send your feedback. There are many employees using this model too but yet get affected, Currently these few affected machine are within same department but we have identified if any 3rd party software installed that make any changes of network protocol or component, none and yet we couldnt find any same software installed at those machines. I Googled that and found this website.
If a domain controller is unavailable and a user's logon information is not cached, the user is prompted with this message: The system cannot log you on now because the domain is not available. Try the followings, hope help you! Try to figure out if the problem is affecting certain users or certain computers. Give the computer a new, unique name and reboot. However i would need to test in on pc registered in top level domain. What kind of background do you have in Advanced Directory or local administration? I have 3 laptops I'm trying to set up for training. He doubts this can be cause of the problem and refers to Microsoft best practice which is said to be 2. Follow each step below until your issue is resolved and worst case, it won't work until step 6 is completed.
If it is a home network problem then I'm afraid I don't deal with an awful lot of those problems. I changed the wireless router and have not had problems. So if a user reports this problem and we have default policy setting, we should ask the user to wait 30 seconds, then try again? Use the working Windows Explorer to copy the data to the rescue system's hard drive and then burn the data to cd or dvd or copy it to an external hard drive. Our internall policy enforces them to logon their laptops with our special guest users accounts firstly, then they have access to our citrix web interface. Windows get's to the logon screen before the network binding process is finished. They are domain joined running Windows 7 Enterprise.