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Computer in Site A authenticates in Site C's DC and runs script from Site C's DC

Posted on 2008-06-23
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We have some Computers in Site A that authenticate to DC's in other Sites and run the scripts from those respective DCs. Site A has a DC that accepts requets and its subnets have been configured correctly & verified...is this by nature of the active directory beast?

We have every subnet assigned to their respective site and verified...
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if you have configured sites and services as follows
http://www.block.net.au/help/AD-Sites/

then your other option may be DNS, make sure your clients look only at their local DNS server
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I think DNS was the key...they just redid the scopes for DHCP and I am waiting to hear back...
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yah whilst it really shouldnt (it does - but it shouldnt) have an affect when you configure sites and services, it will throw out the config just a touch and makse it a very hard thing to troubleshoot :)
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yeah with all the 10 layer deep DNS settings that no one sees...I will leave this open for a bit...awaiting some feedback from some testers at the impacted site...
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no worries mate, no rush :)
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