Is that rule true for Win2K Mixed-mode domains with child domains running 2003 DCs and 2003 DHCP servers?
We can't move to native-mode anything due to NT4 BDCs (they were Exchange 5.5 servers).
With the advent of Windows 2000, many administrators were elated to hear that it contained a new feature called Dynamic DNS (DDNS).
it is causing trouble for certain things..is generally pissing me off.aging/scavenging is set to 6hours and 7hours DNS errors are being logged.please let me know if additional information would be helpful, and i thank you for taking the time to read this and for any assistance.cheers.Originally posted by Arbelac: Do you have scavenging turned on for the zone and for the server?Oh and be sure to restart the DNS service on your DCs to make sure it reloads itself properly and starts populating the addresses.Interesting, not only am I missing the reverse zones (unless I manually create something in a forward zone and create the associated PTR record) but I am also missing my exchange records, even the A record in the forward zone.I was able to manually create the A record, but still that has me concerned a little. Also if I point so my second DNS box, even though the DNS record table looks updated, it issues out my old IPs. Is this new subnet that you have created accessing the same DNS server?
Very odd, I think I need to decommission that box soon. Also, does this DNS server handle your external DNS or just your internal alone?As an AD guy I was 100% confident we could get this done using GPO’s.However in the past I have seen strange behavior with the GPO settings below Administrative Templates\Network\DNS client section, and today was just the same. Below Computer Configuration DNS Client there is a setting called “Register PTR Records”.In this post, you will learn how to configure DHCP to dynamically collaborate with DNS and WINS in Windows Server 2008.Under Windows NT, DNS was static and had to be manually altered to make changes. We're a friendly computing community, bustling with knowledgeable members to help solve your tech questions.