I have a Server 2012 R2 virtual machine (VM) server running on a VMware host that is apart of a VMware cluster of servers that is able to join my domain, but after joining the domain, and performing the initial reboot, it is not able to login to the domain. I receive an error stating: "No Logon Servers Available." I can still login to the machine via local Administrator account, and when I do, I've verified that the DNS server is set to the correct DNS server (the DC; a Windows Server 2019 VM) and I've verified that this server has been created as an object in AD. Additionally, I cannot perform a gpupdate /force to test if there is connectivity between the server and the DC. When I ping the hostname of the server from the server, it yeilds the IPv6 address rather than the IPv4 address yet, IPv4 has been given priority. Additionally, I've unjoined and rejoined the server to the domain to only yield the same results. I've joined other machines to this same domain without any issue.
Quick note - I can successfully ping the hostname and IPv4 address of the DC. Additionally, if I force the ping of my own hostname to use IPv4 (e.g. ping hostname.local -4), it will yield the IPv4 version.