Windows DNS is the Microsoft implementation of the name resolution protocol for TCP/IP networks, such as the Internet. Client computers query a DNS server to resolve memorable, alphanumeric DNS names to the IP addresses that computers use to communicate with each other.

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What does a warning icon on a conditional forwarder mean in Windows DNS Manager?

The icon for one of the conditional forwarders on an Active Directory DNS server I manage has a standard warning icon (yellow triangle with exclamation point) overlay (all names have been changed to ...
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Windows DNS server deletes its own A record on reload

Okay so I have never seen anything like this. Here's the story. We have four DNS servers. Let's call them server01-04. server03 is set to be the primary one by DHCP. Scavenging is disabled ...
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Recursive query on Windows Server automation?

We have a bunch of 2008-2012 HyperV hosts who have Windows Server domain controllers (2008 DC level, 2008 and 2012 servers across different unrelated sites). Occasionally, when the DC guest comes up ...
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How to breakout Reverse DNS Zones

I've inherited a Windows network with Windows server based DNS and there are issues, such as not being able to update PTR records, etc. So, I am at a branch office with our own AD domain and DNS on ...
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As DNS clients do DCs put more load on DNS servers than regular workstations?

All DCs in this example are running DNS and DFSR. Edit: this is a single domain with an AD integrated zone. I have a DC in a central location and 60 or 70 DCs each in different a branch office. ...
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DNS issue? Currently no logon servers available

While I have read through lots of post that have the same error message, I have not been able to find a solution that works for my situation. I have one server, Windows 2008, that I rebuilt about a ...
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DNS check showing Failed

Domain Controller OS - Windows Server 2008 R2 Standard. The Name of the Server is QSIT035V2 Can you tell me why i am receiving "QSIT035V2 failed test DNS" Error? Please see the print-screen Attached ...
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DNS Scavenging not deleting stale DNS record

I have set the following DNS Setting for Scavenging so that stale record must be automatically deleted, still it is not working ( Please see the print-screen ) 24 hrs has been passed still Stale ...