This may be a completely stupid question, but I'm really new to Windows Server 2003. If this is something I should be able to figure out on my own, just point me in the right direction. I have no idea where to start though.
Right, our domain controller, a Windows 2003 server, used to be set up as the primary DNS server for our network. I changed the primary DNS server to our router, thinking it would help the network, esp if the DC went down (which is used to do quite a bit). It's been working quite well. However, now if I try to join a new computer to the domain, it can't find the DC. If I manually change that computer's DNS server to the DC, then it works...
I have the domain controller's computer name as a static DNS entry in the router, but I'm guessing that I need more than that.
Again, feel free to just point me in the right direction.
Edit: Isn't there a way to mark a question as answered? Or maybe this one already is. Anyway, thanks for the help!