My shiny new Windows server has something odd going on in DNS forward lookup.
Our old 2000 server had standard domain.com forward lookups, and I put pointers in to allow client machines to see our website and for FTP to it and so on.
For reasons unknown (to me) I've ended up with three lots of forward lookups, listed under:
So, I was trying to add the relevant pointers into domain.com forward lookup for our website IP address and I can't. It throws out an error that the "associated pointer record cannot be created, probably because the referenced reverse looup zone cannot be found".
So, I need to know:
1. Can I (or should I) safely get rid of the first two lookup groups, _msdcs.domain.domain.com and domain.domain.com respectively without causing mayhem ?
How can I get the relevant records added to our domain.com forward lookup to allow web and FTP access to our hosted domain without that error ?