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Can a site contain domain controllers from multiple domains?

For e.g. I am creating a site with 2 clients and 1 DC in it. I am setting the subnet to cover these objects. So my site say SITE1 will have 2 clients and 1 DC. So when one of these clients tries to ...
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2answers
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what happens when a DC fails? How can the clients identify DC failure? [closed]

When a DC fails, it loses the privilege to authenticate and so client will find for secondary DC closest to its site. In another scenario, client has selected a DC closest to its site by using subnet ...
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Some computers in my subnet do not recognize names of other pc's

I have two subnets: 192.168.0.1-255 192.168.50.1-255 Ewerything works via VPN (because physically computer from both subnets are in different locations). We also have active directory. Now, the ...
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1answer
338 views

Using Microsoft DNS to respond based on requesting subnet

In our enterprise Windows Active Directory environment, we have some 50+ subnets scattered across a large geographical area. We have a system at each site that supports the site by providing a ...
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1answer
60 views

Recommissioning subnet, accommodating device with static IP address and unknown hostname in Windows network

My company recently bought an asset management appliance (a Dell Kace M300). The setup is supposed to be pretty painless; you essentially just attach an ethernet cable, power it on, and resolve a ...
2
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1answer
859 views

How can I get connected to a network printer in a different subnet with Windows 7 Professional?

So we have a mixed node set on our network with Win XP Pro, Win 7 Pro, Ubuntu 11.04, Win 2k3 Server Std, etc all within in an Active Directory Environment. We also have network printers that are ...
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Connecting to Domain from different subnet

I am trying to connect to a domain controller that is on a different subnet.. The active directory domain controller/dns server (same box) is on the 192.168.0.0 subnet. Any computer on this same ...
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Why does my domain controller refuse to talk to a client on a different subnet?

I have an office subnet (say 192.168.10.x) and a guest subnet (192.168.99.x) which both use a pfSense box as their gateway/router. The office subnet is "controlled" by Active Directory using Windows ...
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343 views

Aliases for Each Subnet, and DNS, and AD

I am currently trying to fix a flawed build at my location and want to get some suggestions / ideas about how best to proceed. The systems (Windows 2003 and RHEL 4) came configured with an alias for ...
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3answers
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How can I create a VLAN on my extreme switch for a separate subnet/domain?

I'm putting together a small active directory implementation for a buddy of mine. I currently have 2 servers (one is the primary domain controller) and a couple clients. I need to test and run ...
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2answers
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for a multisite (doctor offices) is subnetting required if we are going to apply AD?

Basicaly we have 4 offices connecting to a central location through vpn which hosts the dns file servers. We are implementing active directory with user groups and permissions.I was wondering if ...
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Unable to query LDAP server on port 389 on the Win2K domain controller from a different subnet

I have a rather puzzling problem with the LDAP access to Active Directory in a Windows domain. The configuration is as follows: There are two main networks: 192.168.0.0/24 and 192.168.100.0/24 These ...
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1answer
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SBS2008: How to set up DHCP server to issue IP addresses based on incoming connection

I'm a Linux guy, but here at work we're basically re-doing our entire network and going to Active Directory. I'm trying to get Windows Small Business Server 2008 set up, and one of the problems I'm ...
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2answers
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Split AD subnet into different sites

We're adding an additional Exchange server at another physical site whose subnet (2.2.2.x) currently exists in a different AD site (SiteB) than our mailbox server site (SiteA). We cannot eliminate ...
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1answer
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DNS lookup to AD-DNS from a different subnet

I have a Windows 2008 R2 Active Directory with several domain controllers, all with DNS. This is spread over three locations, interconnected with site to site VPN. All computers and servers are on the ...
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1answer
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Trouble with Netbios over two subnets, can this be resolved with a domain controller?

I'm working on upgrading the network at my office... Right now we have two subnets, one for our workstations (on a wireless network) and one for our servers (mapped to static IP addresses). We're ...