I have 3 windows 2003 Active Directory Servers that also have DNS installed. They work fine (far as i know) but i have a question. In the TCP/IP settings should these servers DNS settings point to each other? Thats how i have them set-up and sometimes i get DNS errors in th event logs saying that one AD cant resolve the ip address of another AD.
AD1-DNS points to AD2 and AD3
AD2-DNS points to AD1 and AD3
AD3-DNS points to AD1 and AD2
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