There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request

There are currently no logon servers available to service the  logon request.
I have two Windows 8.1 Pro remote desktop clients that NEED to use multiple logons.
I have a Windows Server 2012.
The remote clients and the Windows Server are NOT in the same location, but are connected via a VPN Client.
I can only signon with the last logon (that was used to sign in at the location of the Windows Server).
It appears that the three other logons were not created or accessed before the desktops left the home office.
The VPN client connection is working as I can access the server with the one good user id.

When I try to switch accounts and try to logon the other accounts I get the error "there are currently no logon servers available to service the  logon request".
1. Is there anything I can do WITHOUT sending the desktop computers back to the home office to have the other logon accounts created?
Trish GleesManaged IT SolutionsAsked:
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Sorry, I believe you will have to bring them back to actually connect to the domain.  even then they may need to be moved to WORKGROUP and back.
They are either untrusted at this point or the cache has simply expired.

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Trish GleesManaged IT SolutionsAuthor Commented:
That it what I thought, I just did not want to bring back.
Our wireless does this also if off the wired network too long.  Hopefully you will get them back online.
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