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Multiple Domains. Multiple Server. One DNS

I want to host multiple domains of my clients on multiple servers. For example 10 Domains on ServerA, 10 Domains on ServerB etc. So basicly, I want all my clients to have "ns1.main.com" and ...
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what are some possible reasons why my company's DNS server sometimes fails to resolve the host name of some of my VM's?

I'm in charge of a group of VMs that are used by members of the group that I belong to for accessing web apps, web services, build servers, and stuff of that nature. IT is in charge of the DNS ...
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Create new domain user in window server 2008

I have some doubts regarding windows server 2008 permissions and settings. 1)How to create new user in windows server 2008 domain same as "Administrator" user? (With same permissions). I tried ...
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Using multiple DNS servers in the local network

I am using Windows server 2008 on my domain controller (Srv1). I have one more server running Windows SBS server 2003 (Srv2). The Windows server 2008 is migrated from the Windows SBS server 2003. This ...
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BIND9 SERVFAIL Issue with Windows 2008 R2 DNS Server

I was looking over a strange problem with BIND 9 when one of my Windows 2008 R2 instances is pointed to it as a forwarder. Specifically, when DNSSEC is turned on in BIND, some domain names fail to ...
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381 views

Set up internal DNS to point to that DNS server?

I have Windows Server 2008 running on my network with the following properties: Internal IP: 192.168.1.100 External IP: 242.24.124.12 Now I have registered a domain (example.com) and have it ...
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333 views

Windows 2008 server and Redhat with only 1 ip address, can windows route the traffic?

I have a two home server VMs set up. Windows 2008 server on port 80 and Centos/Redhat on port 8080. Both have separate godaddy domain name A name records pointing to them. But I cant point both domain ...
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PCs on domain can not resolve external IP addresses using the DC's DNS Server

I currently have a domain controller which handles all DHCP and DNS. The DHCP works just fine and the domain controller itself can use the internet with no issues. However, PCs that are part of the ...
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Domain network - DC cannot access Internet (nor can clients when wired-only)

I am not well versed in networking in general but went ahead and attempted to convert my home workgroup in a domain. The domain controller (Win Server 2008) shows no errors in dcdiag, and machines can ...
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Local hostname fails to resolve only in browsers

I am having an issue on Windows Server 2008. Basically the problem is that whenever my local hostname is used in a browser it fails to resolve. As far as I can tell the name is correctly set, I can ...
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119 views

Hooking domain to home server (WinServer2008) with specific port

Alright, I'm asking two things here. First of all, if i purchase a domain let's say myhomeserver.com, am I able to make the default port go through a different port instead of the default port 80? ...
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603 views

Two DNS servers, one Windows, one Linux

I've got an issue with my home network - I have a DDWRT router running as a gateway and primary DHCP/DNS Server on 192.168.1.1 and a Windows Server 2008 machine running as a domain controller and ...
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DNS resolves without adding the host IP and name to etc/ hosts file

Is there any way to resolves host-name without added to hosts file? In order to access internal site in my company I have to add the host-name and IP in the .../etc/hosts file. Is there any way to ...
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DNS Setup Failed

My friend wants to set up a new server based on Windows Server 2008. He installed and configured all needed components like DNS, Mail Server, FTP, IIS, etc. Now he can access the server's root ...
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Connecting clients to Active Directory Server

I have a computer in my basement with Windows Server 2008 R2. I have set up my DNS name as forlenza.local and installed the Active Directory service on it, but when I try to join any client PC to the ...
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333 views

Slow domain login; server pings to outside address; what happened?

I (a non-admin) have been asked to fix a network that has slow domain logins and poor performance on several other network related functions. I discovered the following: All workstations are set up ...
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Linux DNS for Windows Domain

I have a SBS '08 server, and it handles all FSMO roles, and every service known to man. I'm trying to shift those to other computers, but we haven't got the capital for another server. I know Linux is ...
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DNS for non-static address

I currently own a .com domain and to get some use to it I decided to setup a home server. I'm using Windows Server 2008 (Not R2). The problem comes when you have a domestic ip that can change from ...
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Is the DNS feature of Win2k8r2 useful in a home network?

I guess the title says it all. I have the server with the specified OS, and 3 PC's maximum. Can I safely disable the DNS feature in the server?