How to Fix Active Directory Domain Services Unavailable

On Windows 10, there are several error messages made by Microsoft to warn the user about ongoing technical issues in their system. Every error message and code have their own meaning, and they always represent issues. The Active Directory domain services unavailable is a pretty known error message among Windows users, and this error has been a warm topic on software forum sites. If you are also facing the same error message, then you have landed on the right place because this article will help you in troubleshooting it. Let’s fix it.

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Solution 1 Use the Admin Account to Log In

First of all, ensure that you have the administrator account access and then log in via it. Once you are logged in to your system as the administrator, follow these given steps to fix the Active directory domain services unavailable error:

  1. Press Start + S keys together on your PC keyboard.
  2. This will shortly open the Search bar.
  3. Type troubleshooting.
  4. Now tap on View all.
  5. Choose the Printer option.
  6. Follow the steps mentioned on your screen to troubleshoot the error via Windows Troubleshooter, which is a built-in tool to fix the technical issues.
  7. See if the error persists.

Solution 2: Inspect the Network Installation

If the Solution 1 failed to fix the issue, then see the steps given down here to check the settings related to the network installation:

  1. Head to the Control Panel.
  2. Now tap on the Printer option.
  3. Click on Add New Printer.
  4. Once that is done, head to Network Printer.
  5. Explore the printer that is currently available.
  6. Look for the printer that you want to connect to.
  7. If the printer is in the list, select it, and your active directory domain services unavailable will be solved by itself.

Solution 3: Rebooting Printer Spooler

The printer spooler is likely to create issues with the Active Directory domain services unavailable error. To fix it, you just need to restart the printer spooler. Follow the steps given down here to restart the printer spooler:

  1. Press the Start + R keys together on your keyboard.
  2. This will trigger the Rub dialogue box, which is used to open certain system programs and files directory effortlessly.
  3. In the Run dialogue box, enter services.msc and then tap the Enter key on your keyboard.
  4. This will open the system services window where users can manage all the services available in the PC, whether they are disabled or enabled.
  5. You need to locate the Printer Spooler service throughout the Services window.
  6. Once you have found the Printer Spooler option, simply right click it.
  7. Then head to the Properties.
  8. Now ensure that the Startup Type is selected as Automatic.
  9. Ensure that the service is in Running condition.
  10. If the service is already running, then tap the Stop button.
  11. Once the service stops, hit the Start button.
  12. This will initiate the service once again.

 

Deam Jones is a self-professed security expert; he has been making the people aware of the security threats. His passion is to write about Cyber security, cryptography, malware, social engineering, internet and new media. He writes for Norton security products at norton.com/setup.

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