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My question is is this a bad practice to have two DNS servers for our domain, but have one with forwarding turned off? Depends. Not enough information to say, one way or the other. Maybe it's accessible from the outside, and they don't want it being used for an amplified DDoS attack. Maybe the additional DNS traffic generated by recursive lookups ...


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You can use Group Policy Preferences to create a scheduled task and deploy it via GPO. This is probably the quickest way to get what you're looking for. If you're entitled to System Center licensing, you should also explore System Center Orchestrator. edit: I was so surprised that there were 4 previous answers that didn't mention GPO as a possibility, ...


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I think it's a Windows authentication problem. You're trying to use an MMC console to access one server from another server where the two servers don't share a centralized user account database. If you want to be able to access one server from the other you'll need to configure a common user account and password on both servers and launch the DNS management ...


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New-ADServiceAccount The name provided is not a properly formed account name The SAM account name exceeds the 20 character limit. A $ is automatically appended when missing and counts towards this limit. Examples: New-ADServiceAccount abcdefghijklmno -SamAccountName abcdefghijklmnopqrst New-ADServiceAccount abcdefghijklmnopqrs -SamAccountName ...



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