No logon servers available to service the logon request windows 7


I tried to connect my desktop running Windows7 Pro to the domain server running windows server 2008.

When I restarted the computer I was unable to log into the domain user profile and local user profile with error message saying "no logon servers available to service the logon request”.

Can I use the windows7 recovery disc to restore to system to original factory settings?

Help me to get rid of this.
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  1. It sounds like you don't have a DNS server running on your Win2k8 box. Without a DNS server, you won't be able to connect to the domain. I would guess you are getting your external DNS servers so you can still surf the web and all that.

    Log in locally to the Win7 box, try to ping the Win2k8 server by name. If that fails, DNS is the issue. If it resolves, it should resolve with the FQDN servername.domainname. If it only resolves the server name, that would be WINS - meaning your DNS is not there or not working.
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