Windows server reverse dns not updating


28-Jun-2016 14:30

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As many of you are probably aware, the Domain Name System (DNS) is now the name resolution system of choice in Windows.

When configuring your DNS server, you must be familiar with the following concepts: A forward lookup zone is simply a way to resolve host names to IP addresses.

In my previous article you learned about How to Install the DNS Server in Windows Server 2012. In today's article you will learn how to use DNS Server to add New Zones and a New Host in Windows Server 2012.

On clicking the "Next" button the zone type page will be opened.

You create a new host entry with A and PTR records by doing the following: You specify host aliases using CNAME records.

Aliases allow a single host computer to appear to be multiple host computers.

: Failed [WARNING] Cannot find a primary authoritative DNS server for the name 'SERVER.



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