We were told to look into our DNS replication and remove any stale records.
We are a small-medium sized business with 3 branch locations.
Please ask whatever questions you have and I will get back to you promptly.
There is 1 domain controller in 2 of the branches and 2 more domain controllers in the main branch (where I work).
Thanks in advance.
Most DNS problems are VERY easily troubleshot and identifiable if you can follow the steps a DNS query takes. I would like to share the step-by-step a DNS query takes from the origin to the destination.
I wrote this article to explain some important DNS concepts that should be known to avoid some typical configuration errors I often see in forums.
I assume that what is described here is the typical behavior of Microsoft DNS client. I don't know …