I'm trying to setup a domain controller on my Windows Server 2012. I'm running the domain controller, DNS, and DHCP servers on there.
The DNS appears to be resolving internal domains both forwards and reverse.
The DHCP appears to be allowing computers to connect to the network and obtain IP addresses.
So far, I currently have 2 users and 1 computer setup on the domain controller. I do plan to setup more once i get the current computer up and running. On the computer i've changed it to join the domain i've setup. I've rebooted both the server and the computer. But when i attempt to log in using a domain user on the computer registered with the domain, it tells me "There are currently no logon servers available to service the logon requests". And i'm stuck at the log in screen, unless i decide to log in using a local account. I get a response when i ping the server and like i say, the DHCP and DNS appears to properly functioning.
I don't understand what i've missed, so i'm coming to the conclussion that the firewall in my Mikrotik might be blocking the connection to the domain controller?
I didn't setup the Mikrotik network. I inherited it only a few weeks ago. I know it's been alive for over 2 years. I have one RB750G2 and two HAP AC lites acting as access points.
I don't understand the firewall at all. It's nothing like i've seen before in Microsoft's, Zonealarm's, or Symantec's firewalls.
May someone help me out please? Is there a rule in place blocking the domain controller connection? Or do i need to enable a rule?
I've placed an export of the configuration in pastebin. I've obviously replaced the sensitive information.