I have setup a network that contains a domain controller and some clients, all of them run Windows Server 2003 Enterprise Edition.
On DC, I setup a AD-Integrated DNS server; my domain is nwtraders.msft. Then, I join all client into domain. I use static IP address for all computers. Now, all clients seem to register their name successfully.
For testing purpose, I setup another DNS server on a member server named Santiago (of course, this server has joined domain). On AD-integrated DNS server, I delegate a zone called test.nwtraders.msft to Santiago DNS server. Beside, I create a zone name myzone on Santiago DNS server. I'm sure that I have right DNS configuration: all zones allow clients to dynamic update (none-secure and secure update); up and running.
Next, I configure some clients to register their name to new DNS server (clients' name are lima and santiago).
1. On Connection properties, on TCP/IP properties, I type Ip address of Santiago in "Primary DNS server". I choose Advanced button, and on tab DNS, I type "lima.myzone" on DNS suffix for this connection, and check two check boxes bellow. Click Ok and Close to all properties pages. Then, I issue "ipconfig /registerdns" command, but I cannot see any name like lima on Santiago "myzone" zone. When looking at nwtraders.msft DNS server, I find lima in it (I'm sure that I have deleted this record before). What's wrong? I don't know!
2. Now, I try another way. I type "myzone" in "append these DNS suffixes (in order)" list box, still let all settings that 've been setup on part 1 remain. I issue "ipconfig /registerdns" again. The result is as the fisrt one. I try this test on some member servers, all of them CAN NOT register their name on Santiago DNS server's zone. Could you tell me why? And how to correct this?
Thank you in advance!
At last, I'm sorry about my English. :-)