• Exchange Server 2003 & Missing MX Record

    I am having a weird problem. Online tests show that my mail server is missing its MX record. I do know it's there. According to mxtoolbox.com and dnsstuff.com, my authoritive server does not have the record. I am getting delay messages from some domains like swbell and alltel.

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  • Preferred DNS Keeps Changing without my permission

    hello, i have directed my PC's preferred DNS to my main server, but every time it keeps changing to a weird IP, an it doesn't stop even tho i change it back, wen i return to the IP properties, its back to that weird IP. would much appreciate your help Thanks

    Shey2k730 pointsBadges:
  • How to copy Active Directory users from one server to another server

    Hi , We have currently ADS with exchange 2000 , i would like to copy the ADs users from one server to another server. Thanks & regards Malebold

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  • when we use DNS Server .. ?

    Hi,i need help regarding clarification for certain points in DNS Server.   1. When we search some shared folder \\192.168.0.99 in this request do we contact dns server, and what if this ip belongs to our server DC 2. When user name : sam@xyz.com, then does it contact dns server for validation....

    Dhruv165 pointsBadges:
  • Configure BIND – How to Configure BIND to respond to a DNS Status Query message?

    I have a device which is attempting to send DNS Status Query messages (opcode=2) to my bind DNS server.  The DNS server is responding with NOTIMP.  Is there a way to configure bind to respond positively to this query?

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  • Resource records are not registering in DNS (Windows Server 2003)

    We currently have a flat network between seven schools in our school division using LANSPAN. Their is only one router in the network at our Central Office where all Internet traffic comes through. There is only one DHCP server at the Central office which serves all the schools. This dhcp server...

    Skenny175 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

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  • IP Address reverting back to old address

    I have changed the IP address on one of my member servers every hour but it reverts back to an old address. I have 4 DC's and they are the only DNS machines in my network. I have tried each DC separately buy still have the same issue. Any help

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • finding webmail access site

    Hello, Is there any way one can find out the webmail access site using only the email address? Actually my friend was out of town and wanted to check her email using webmail but she had forgotten the webmail access site provided by her hosting service provider. She told me find this out but I could...

    BinooDas123410 pointsBadges:
  • GPO Configuration in Windows XP

    Please help! Im using VMware Server and installed there Windows server 2008 and Win xp2. I'm done configuring AD and DNS. I'm done joining also XP2 in the domain. My problem is: When I deploying GPO to XP like Show quick launched. Nothing happened to XP. Please help! Thanks

    Kalem5 pointsBadges:
  • Linux DNS server in a Win2003 domain

    I have a Win2003 domain with mostly XP clients and 4 linux servers doing intranet/web, database, email and DNS. Initially I had the 2003 server doing DNS since it is the DC for windows clients. But the linux machines weren't happy. Moved the DNS server to a linux box, the other linux boxes were...

    Ezplan20 pointsBadges:
  • map network drive to a server from a different dns

    I am using windows server 2003 to host the site I am developing. I have other two users who lives miles away from me. All 3 of us can remote desktop to the server just fine (windows server 2003 only allow up to two simultaneous sessions). Because my pc and the server use the same router, I can map...

    Asker25 pointsBadges:
  • MS-Exchange on a dynamic ip w/ mail mx’d from hosted domain name (and website)

    I'm trying to set up ms exchange on a dynamic ip thats configured with my router to use dyndns.org. I'll call that example.dyndns.org. I have a hosted web and e-mail site not associated with my isp and i'll call those www.example.com and mail.example.com I already have the mx records from...

    TxtDelimiter5 pointsBadges:
  • DNS Question

    It is my understanding that DNS simply maps a domain name into an IP address.  I realize that there is a lot more involved behind the scenes and there is other functionality, and perhaps some of that will explain what I am seeing. If I enter the address http://volokh.com/ into a web browser, it...

    JPMcGrath15 pointsBadges:
  • Checking authority on reverse DNS IP Address lookup

    How can I check who is the authority for a reverse DNS IP address?

    ITKE56,495 pointsBadges:
  • Which are the best DNS companies out there?

    There are so many DNS companies out there, what criteria should a company use to choose between them? There are many types of records that a company might want to set up from, i.e., A- records for a domain name or various TXT records for subdomains. Plus, there are so many variations in price...

    NetworkingATE1,545 pointsBadges:
  • forwarder question – DNS

    Hello   As part of a systems migration to RA Airways I am required to to remove RA subdomains from our DNS (that we were formerly authoritative for) and forward them to our Untrusted DNS which then on -forwards to the RA net DNS servers for the correct (un NAT'd) resolution.   I am doing a trial...

    Richsark5 pointsBadges:
  • Network Accesss problem

    Hi. I join client computerst to backup domain. The computers joined to domain. All is vell. But i have 1 problem When i want access show network conmputersn from --entire networks-->Microsoft Windows Network-->domainnamegroup it gives me "access denied domain. because you have not permission...

    Eliyevelxan1,235 pointsBadges:
  • Dell Optiplex GX520 hibernation/sleep mode issues

    Hello, We have several Dell Optiplex GX520's on the network running Windows XP pro. They randomly fall into sleep mode. Moving the mouse will not wake them - you have to push the power button to get them out of sleep mode. Also we are not able to remotely wake them to do patch updates or remotely...

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  • outgoing https request being blocked

    Hello, At my office I am noticing that a particular website which I used to be able to login to has done some upgrades and I no longer can access it. I have tried multiple browsers but I think the problem is in the ISA firewall on the server. The site starts as a http://blahblah:8088/blah then when...

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