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Posted on 2006-11-20
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The main DNS servers are both windows server 2000 advance and the webserver is windows server 2003 web edition.  I have gone into the DNS server and added an alias of dev.hyper.com and pointed it to the host of webserver.hyper.com (which is set with the IP of the web box).  I did this on Friday and it still doesn't work.  The site is a Dotnetnuke site and I have set an alias on that site to pick up the dev.hyper.com and direct it to the proper site.  The actual site can be access via the IP address of 12.27.134.116/DNN.  What did I miss in doing?  I need to get this public so that I may get it finished.


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I also have to reset the DNS every day so that we can access an exterior website.  Upon reset we can then access it.  How do I solve this problem.  I have no idea how to even begin to solve or even figure out whats wrong.

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I tried to set up a Reservation of a PC (that we remote access and we remote access about 4 to 5 PC) with the mac address to keep the PC from tring to obtain IP addresses.  At the moment it has taken up 10 or so.  The other Remote accessed PCs only want one?  How do I fix this

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How do I remote access windows server 2000 advance if it doesnt have the remote desktop like 2003?
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go to
dnsreport.com and make sure your DNS is properly set up.

I hope this helps !
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You really should break down the problems into 3 or 4  different questions since some of them are totally unrelated and may need to be posted in a different TA.

I hope this helps !
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unfortunately dnsreport.com say it wont work with hostnames like dev.hyper.com.  It will work on www.hyper.com just not the former.
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