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How to get a domain user or domain administrator to logon to the domain from a laptop that is part of the domain?  Getting error message...

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Getting this error message: There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request
Already tried several times to remove the laptop from the domain and then join it back.
The laptop has no issues joining the domain, says: Welcome to the domain
Tried creating a new user to logon to the domain from the laptop - did not work.

Would like to avoid having to reload the laptop.
Please help.

Laptop:
Windows 7 Pro

Domain Server:
Windows Server 2012 Standard
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by:No More
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1,This is usually related to faulty network cable

Is your internet working ?    Issue with wireless possible also  

or

Set DNS of DC as first in IPv4 configuration of your laptop   and do IPconfig /flushdns


Did you tried domain.local\administrator   login on your laptop ?
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by:Niten Kumar
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Remove from domain. Restart. Rename the computer. Restart. Add to domain. Hope you are running DHCP on your network.
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by:Nandu 45
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Set DNS of DC as first in IPv4 configuration of your laptop   and do IPconfig /flushdns
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Thank you David Fiala, Nandu 45 & nitenKumar!

We resolved the issue.  It was two windows updates on the domain controller that we had to remove:
KB3174644 & KB3175024
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by:TheSonicGod
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We already tried all the other solutions and nothing worked.  Removing these two windows updates did the trick.
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