What Is the Domain Specified Is Not Available Error?
The “Domain Specified” error message pops up when your computer thinks you’re using an unauthorized…
Are you dealing with the “configuration information could not be read from the domain” error? It pops up due to various reasons. But getting rid of it is easy.
In this article, we’ve taken a look at the issue, and all the ways to fix it in-depth. Sound good?
It pops up due to various reasons. However, you’re most likely not using the admin account to perform the operation. If this isn’t the case, you may be using a faulty VPN while logged in, or your system date and time settings may be incorrect.
If you have a VPN running, switching it off will help.
All you do is:
Incorrect date and time settings can cause the problem. You might have meddled with these settings and forgotten to change them. Sometimes, isolated glitches can cause this too.
Here’s how you fix this:
Although this method is popular, it’s quite long. We’ve divided it into 3 parts to make it easier for you.
Part 1 (turning off NLA):
Part 2 (tweaking the Registry):
Part 3 (tweak the Local Security Policy editor):
Disabling the password expiration feature can also do the trick. Compared to the above method, it’s not very long.
Here’s what you do:
If the above fixes didn’t work, you can try using the Command Prompt.
Here’s what you do:
Hopefully, the error will be gone now, but if it’s not, we have one more fix for you.
Lastly, you can try contacting the store that you bought the device from. Give them the chance to fix the issue. Depending on your warranty, you should get the issue fixed for free.
There are several ways to fix the error message, as you saw in our article. It usually pops up when you’re using a faulty virtual private network connection, or have incorrect date-and-time settings. You might have meddled with your PC settings and forgotten to change them.
Hopefully, one of these fixes will do the trick for you.