Domain Authentication failed

Client server failed to login via domain with error prompt.

Each time when tried to login via domain, error prompt " There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon request".

However able to login via local build in ID. Able to ping server Domain, dns, and gateway successfully.

When tried to perform nltest query, got reply as RPC server not available.

nltest reset secure channel failed.
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Doodad BoySupprtAsked:
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Jason CrawfordTransport NinjaCommented:
What do you have set as the DNS server(s) for the net adapter?
Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
DNS server has been set. Even DNS ip able to ping without any issue. I had un-join and rejoin to the domain, then able to login with domain authentication for now. Any alternative to fix this issue without disjoin and rejoin back
RaneeshIT SupportCommented:
Have you checked with a different user account on the same client?
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Jason CrawfordTransport NinjaCommented:
Well that is a dilly of a pickle.  I see you listed Server 2003 and 2008 as topics for this question.  Between the DC and the member server receiving the error which is which?  Are you logging in through an RDP session or directly on to a physical server?
Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
Hi ,

Client machine is Windows 2008 r2 server. AD server in windows 2003. RDP and console login both shows the same error upon login in via domain. Only able to login with local admin id. Then rejoined domain which works fine.
Dariusz TykaICT Infrastructure Specialist Senior Commented:
Rejoining domain may not be necessary. You may try to change machine account password using netdom command or Reset-ComputerMachinePassword powershell one.

netdom.exe resetpwd /s:<server> /ud:<user> /pd:*
<server> = a domain controller in the joined domain
<user> = DOMAIN\User format with rights to change the computer password

Reset-ComputerMachinePassword [-Credential <PSCredential>] [-Server <String>]

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Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
Hi, I got below prompt upon executing the command:

"The machine account password for the local machine could not be reset.

The network path was not found.

The command failed to complete successfully."

Any next steps to recover this
Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
i run the above command in the domain cotroller and found it able to reset successfully, but the windows 2008 client server still had the same issue with the prompt " no logon server available"
Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
Hi Team, any alternative way to fix this domain authentication issue
Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
i found this event had log in the client event viewer Event id - 5719, source - netlogon, message - This computer was not able to set up a secure session with a domain controller in domain DC1 due to the following:

The RPC server is unavailable.

This may lead to authentication problems. Make sure that this computer is connected to the network. If the problem persists, please contact your domain administrator.
Doodad BoySupprtAuthor Commented:
we found again client machine got disconnected from domain which we rejoined past days. any other people at here encounter the issue
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