My organization has two Wi-Fi networks.
The secondary Wi-Fi network has no connectivity to the domain controllers.
Some of the organization's users like to connect to the secondary Wi-Fi network since it has faster speeds than the primary Wi-Fi network.
Now that all of the laptops in this organization have been added to a domain we are having problems when some of the laptops that are connected to the secondary Wi-Fi network receive error messages when the users try to logon with their domain accounts saying that the domain controller can't be reached and therefore the users are unable to logon to their laptops with their domain accounts.
What kind of policy or setting can be changed so that these users will be able to logon to their laptops with their domain accounts even when the domain controller can't be reached?