I'm connecting over VPN (Cisco Anyconnect). And what I'm doing is going to the properties of my IPv4 for that connection in Windows 7 and changing up the DNS suffix list order. I am putting one domain in front (at the top) so that it gets priority in the list.
Works great for solving a problem I had...but the problem is, as soon as I disconnect that vpn session and re-connect...then go back to the properties of that connection and view the dns suffix list, it has defaulted back to what it was before. So I guess there's some kind of policy or something being pushed on it.
So I can't keep that list ordered the way I need it to be. Anyone know what is truly causing this and if there's a hack or workaround to get that to stay?
I'm talking about this DNS List:
Windows 7 | Control Panel | Networking and Sharing Center | Change Adapter Settings | Right-click my vpn connection | Properties | Click on TCP/IPv4 | Click the Properties button below | Click the Advanced button at the bottom | DNS Tab
So as you can see, I highlighted in red the domain I moved up to be the first in the list. This solved a problem whereas we had to keep fully qualifying all resources on that domain so moving this up got rid of that problem and allowed the 2nd domain to still function normal as usual.