but if this user's laptop is not connected to the local office network then that message, "there are currently no logon servers available to service the login request" would seem accurate.
He is not connected to the office network so he cannot log on to it.
May be we don't have the full details yet of the setup here.
But then again, normally this is one the office IT techs and admins would sort out.
One of our users at the organization is facing a windows 7 login problem. In short he is sitting in a remote location and not on the local office network. After his password change and laptop reboot, he was unable to login to windows and getting a message saying:
"there are currently no logon servers available to service the login request". Note that he uses the domain login and doesn't have a local login.
He tried his old password, new one, rebooted several times however this didn't work as well.
Is there any way to bypass this? Or at least make it work somehow?
Otherwise he will have to ship his laptop to another country to have it connected to the local network.