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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
Yeah, I guess I'm just going to face up to this one. Thanks!
Jun
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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
I'm using MyDNS. It's quite a large configuration, and this little daemon has been a blessing up until this point. I am considering patching it, but am not very interested in dealing with whatever side effects that gives birth to. If it goes against the RFC, it sounds like a bad idea.
Jun
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comment DNS: Subdomains that Require Both an MX Record and a CNAME
My DNS daemon is RFC strict, which just flat out refuses to send the response for the MX. I believe that there are some potential caching issues on the client side if we were to put this in place.
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revised Troubleshooting (or tracing) Windows network logon problems
added notes about time skew
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comment Troubleshooting (or tracing) Windows network logon problems
Get the time sync'd up, and see how things go: if I recall, kerberos won't work if there is more than a 5 minute lag.
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comment Troubleshooting (or tracing) Windows network logon problems
There isn't a time lag here, is there? Both the client and the server show the same clock?
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