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comment Configure server to foward unroutable emails to another email server
Thanks. could you suggest which exim router could do this (and possibly how to configure it)? I'm especially interested in the first suggestion (place the router after all the local users are matched) since it would work best for this unusual setup we're creating.
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comment Which GPO is making my Domain Controller my clients' DNS server?
Unfortunately neither show anything related to DNS entries. It's really weird. I'm wondering if this is maybe not GPO related, but something else on the server is causing this to happen on all the clients. Just in case it matters, we're running the Small Business Server 2011 Essentials. Btw, I also check for scripts. I setup this server, so I know I never setup any scripts, and the SYSVOL scripts folder is empty so I don't think there are any default scripts running. Is there any way to check for sure if any scripts are running at logon?
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comment Which GPO is making my Domain Controller my clients' DNS server?
Thank you for all the comments and suggestions, however, I'm still stuck ... just to elaborate, if I look at the network adapter settings in Windows on these clients and check the IPV4 settings, the IP address is set to DHCP, but the DNS is hard coded. I can change the DNS to DHCP also, however, after a reboot, it's back to being hard coded pointing to the domain controller.
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comment Which GPO is making my Domain Controller my clients' DNS server?
Unfortunately this doesn't get me any closer. It just points to all the same settings that I see in the GPO on the server, which shows nothing related to the DNS.
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comment Which GPO is making my Domain Controller my clients' DNS server?
That I know, however, it's not, that's my problem :) If I look at the network adapter settings in Windows on these clients and check the IPV4 settings, the IP address is set to DHCP, but the DNS is hard coded. I can change the DNS to DHCP also, however, after a reboot, it's back to being hard coded pointing to the domain server.
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