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Server 2003 Domain Slow DNS Lookup

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I have a Server 2003 set up as a domain.    I am finding that accessing internet web sites is slow at first.     I suspect that it's a DNS problem.   Once the site is looked up it's fast enough but sometimes it will time out.   When you try again straight away it works.

The order of DNS servers in the workstations is:

Router
Domain Controller

I think it gets this order from the DC which is the same.   Is this correct?   The DC is also the DNS server.

Regards,


Lee.





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