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comment Unable to increase the dynamic port range on Windows Server 2008
That did it! :)
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accepted Unable to increase the dynamic port range on Windows Server 2008
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asked Unable to increase the dynamic port range on Windows Server 2008
Nov
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comment How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
! ROCK ON!!!! That was it! Thanks a lot for the help!
Nov
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accepted How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
Nov
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comment How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
@LazyBadger thanks! It's a pain in the ass to deal with this, so I appreciate your help!
Nov
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comment How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
@LazyBadger, thanks for the patience! My business task is to setup my sub-domain (beta.devboost.com) to point to unbouncepages.com. I have two DMZ records: one for beta.devboost.com and the other one for devboost.com, which one should contain the CNAME record?
Nov
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revised How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
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Nov
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comment How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
what do you mean when you say "the delegation from devboost.com"? In devboost.com, I also has a CNAME record for beta and it's also pointing to unbouncepages.com, is that correct? Sorry, I'm just a total noob when it comes to web hosting.
Nov
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comment How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
@LazyBadger, I registered my domain with a different provider and I transferred hosting to arvixe.com, so I assume that this is the reason I'm getting the non-authoritative answer. However, and forgive my ignorance, I'm not sure why that would be a problem...
Nov
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Nov
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comment How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
I tried to delete the NS, but the I get an error message: "Cannot delete NS record - DNS zone must include at least two NS records." I have deleted everything else, but the NS, the CNAME records and the records for cp, ftp and mail. Should I delete the cp, ftp and mail records as well?
Nov
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revised How to set up the CNAME in DNS zone record to work with Unbounce
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