• Merge two companies into one network

    The company I work for has decided to merge with its Sister Company on the lower floor. While we share the same room to house our independent servers, both companies have separate physical networks. Each with their own separate File Servers & SQL servers. Allowing Company "A" employees to log into...

    PatM5 pointsBadges:
  • Website hosted by third party not opening

    Dear All, We have a company Web site eg: www.abc.com .It is hosted outside our network and handling by 3rd party.We have a domain controller ie abc.com We are accesing this website same like google , yahoo etc. We were able to access our company website without any issue. but from past one week we...

    Limson165 pointsBadges:
  • can I specify NS records of an AD DNS zone with non-windows dns servers

    can I specify NS records of an AD DNS zone with non-windows dns servers , need the dns server to be the master and slaves hidden and the SOA MNAME is the Windows DNS master for dynamic updates to support AD?

    JimmyIT1,725 pointsBadges:
  • Setting up DYNDNS with Windows 7

    How can I set up DYNDNS with my Windows 7 desktop to automatically update my host name to DNS address?

    Troubleshooter24755 pointsBadges:
  • DNS for second domain controller

    Hi all, I am planning to install a second domain controller to our main corporate network. There are currently two DC's in place; one is the primary DC, which is a physical server, and the other is the secondary DC which is virtual. My question is about DNS. I understand that when I add a new DC to...

    Lordhowe175 pointsBadges:
  • Why do I need a secondary DNS?

    why do I want two dns servers to have operating in my IP network envionment

    Mpalomo7030 pointsBadges:
  • Accessing DNS from client server

    how to access dns server from client and about /etc/resolve./etc/hosts

    Kdhanesh015 pointsBadges:
  • Configuring DNS in Linux

    Well, I have been with Linux RHEL 4 for a year now, and I am afraid of DNS configuration. Can you explain to me how to configure DNS bind in Linux ?

    Chunter110 pointsBadges:
  • Redirecting to web server via DNS

    We have an intranet site on our windows 2003 network. How can we setup DNS so that when typing intranet it redirects to our webserver?

    TeachMeIT975 pointsBadges:
  • DNS hosting

    Greetings, Which would be the best provider only for DNS hosting, zoneedit or dnsmadeeasy.com or any other recommendations. The Amazon cloud does not provide DNS services Thanks

    Kabirs5 pointsBadges:
  • Backing up DNS zones from Active Directory 2003 network

    How can we back up our DNS zones from an Active Directory 2003 network? DNS is AD integrated.

    NewnanIT1,110 pointsBadges:
  • DNS issue: SSL error in POP3

    using windows xp sp2 using voyager 220v(bt device) unable to send or receive emails through email client--working throu webmail when global dns is forced able, to send and recieve emails in email client(outlook express,microsoft outlook 2007, windows mail) but when global dns forced unable to...

    Balarbks15 pointsBadges:
  • BIND DNS – trace DNS query replying server

    [h1 class="subject">How do i know the reply was from caching-nameserver, master nameserver or slave nameserver in BIND DNS.?[/h1] Can I trace the nameserver that replied my dns query? Like I have a master nameserver, a slave nameserver and a caching nameserver in my network. Is it possible to know...

    Don201010 pointsBadges:
  • Make external IP address accessable from internal network

    Hi, Out users have iPhones which receive their emails via Exchange Active Sync. To work correctly they need to be able to access the exchange server using the same IP address internally and externally. Currently I have mapped the DNS name to our internall address while in our network. This worked...

    Paulr6215 pointsBadges:
  • Multiple Event Errors on member server 2003

    I have a member server that is running very slowly - slow to log on, slow to access shared files from clients, and won't connect to internet. After reviewing the event log, I have discovered these errors: Event Type: Error Event Source: NETLOGON Event Category: None Event ID: 5719 Date: 6/23/2010...

    ODSTech35 pointsBadges:
  • what is dns tell the steps to configure and creating reverse lookup zone

    describe the domain name service and how we can configure it , how we can creat a reverse lookup zone,forword lookup zone and stub zone,how can we moniter dns & what are the dns qurey

    54210 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Alias

    I have a simple AD setup w/ 2003 running DHCP and DNS. I have another server on the same network that has a static IP address. The name of the server is meaningful to our IT people but not so much to our uses. I am trying to add an alias entry to DNS so users can navigate the shares using a simple...

    Jdope2255 pointsBadges:
  • DNS windows server 2003

    We have configured a DNS server with a public IP on a Windows 2003 server. It is working fine and we are able to access internet through this server. We want to know whether this DNS is resolving the IPs or it is forwarding to the other DNS (defined in Hint).

    Dnsexpert5 pointsBadges:
  • Export/Import DNS List to another server

    I am trying to shift my dedicated server from aplus.com to godaddy.com. On the dedicated server, we have so many domain websites running and lots of them are having subdomains also. Can you please guide me how to export all the DNS records from that existing dedicated server and import to the new...

    Sarojanand5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Pointers

    Should there be a pointer for every Item in that is hooked to the network / The same for for host a's

    KCsmurf40 pointsBadges:

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