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comment Domain computer cannot resolve internal hostnames, but nslookup can
I already tried removing the computer from the domain - but since the computer cannot locate the domain in DNS it is unable to do so.
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comment Domain computer cannot resolve internal hostnames, but nslookup can
I also tried setting the network interface to use a different DNS server (in a different subnet) but getting the same results. That really looks like it is something on the client causing the problem.
Nov
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comment Domain computer cannot resolve internal hostnames, but nslookup can
No - listening on all IP addresses. And it does respond to nslookup from the client (and other computers in the same subnet are working ok). Pretty sure that local Windows is not processing DNS lookups to computers in the domain either using a FQDN or bare hostname.
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comment nslookup cannot resolve hostname for machine on external domain from internal domain
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comment Domain computer cannot resolve internal hostnames, but nslookup can
Packet captures done, and results added to the questions. Why would Windows decide to not do DNS resolution for internal hostnames, whether using FQDN or not.
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comment Domain computer cannot resolve internal hostnames, but nslookup can
Yes - returns the DNS suffix set by DHCP. It is correct.
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That is a damn solid answer. Many thanks!
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