New server 2003 which replace a crashed server 2003. Server runs file, print, dns, dhcp and
domain controller. I am recieving error 7062 and when I NSLOOKUP it says there is no name
associated with the DNS IP address. I do get the Internet on the clients, though it is slower to
load than I would expect. DCDIAG shows one error on SYSTEMLOG, with everything else
passed. What information can I get to help solve this?
This Microsoft article references Windows 2000 and NT, but the information looks to still be relevant in 2003: "How to troubleshoot 7062 errors logged in DNS event log"
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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.
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