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  • Lacking a FQDN during database mirroring on SQL Server 2005

    I am trying to work with database mirroring on SQL Server 2005, and I keep receiving the error message, “One or more of the server network addresses lacks a fully qualified domain name (FQDN). Specify the FQDN for each server, and click Start Mirroring again.” I know that the syntax for a...

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  • iSCSI naming conventions without FQDN

    I'm in the process of creating an iSCSI test environment and have a question regarding the naming conventions. The standard specifies using a FQDN as part of the name. What have others done when a FQDN was not available or you did not want to use your existing FQDN? Thank you.

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  • Can the FQDN name of the AD server and the external/internal webserver be of same name?

    Hi can the fqdn name of the AD server and the external/internal webserver be of same name example fqdn of ad server srv1.example.com and web server example.com is this naming correct if the internal users ping example.com will it look at web server or AD is there any way of installing both web...

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  • Does ISA Server 2004 require FQDN?

    in instal isa server 2004 require FQDN

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