blocking logon if domain controller is offline

is it possible with a local policy or something to make it so if the domain controller cannot be found when the client trys to log on from his pc the active directory user accont wont login?
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you can simply set this using GPO or local Security Policies.
gpo1 under computer configuration > windows settings > security settings > local policies > security options
set " Interactive logon: number of previous logons to cache"  => 0
gpo2 under computer configuration > administrative templates > system > Logon
set the value for " Always wait for the Network at computer startup and logon" to enable
You can also use roaming profiles and disable logon if the profile isn't loaded from the server.. but that wouldn't give you all the security..
 
there's a lot more nice settings there ;)
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