We are trying to access a company website from within the local terminal server client.
The website is hosted elsewhere.
Previously they had DNS rules in a separate File/DNS server which I deleted and it began to work on that server afterwards.
Now all the users use the Terminal Server which cannot access the website. There is no DNS role on this server so I had nothing to change there. Its DNS server is set to the File/DNS role server.
When I run tracert or nslookup I get no info. I have tried ipconfig /flushdns /registerdns many times. Which is what seemed to get it working on the File/DNS server after deleting the DNS entry.
What can I try to figure out what is blocking this website request?
Something like a tracert, but internal to the server.
File/DNS server = companyserver.company.local Terminal Server = companyterminal.company.local
nslookup results (client domain shielded for sensitivity)
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:\Users\administrator.PREMIER>nslookup Default Server: companyserver.company.local Address: 192.168.100.10 > company.com Server: companyserver.company.local Address: 192.168.100.10 *** companyserver.company.local can't find company.com: Query refused >