I have a small issue that I seem to be hitting the wall with. I have my main DC running DNS and AD. Everything works flawlessly. All workstations can connect, follow GPO etc.
I get a task to provision a small VM on the network so our developers can build a small Intranet portal for our employees. Piece of cake. Provision an ubuntu vm, install OS, configure static ip, set up users, blah blah.
Now we need a friendly name for this server so that our users can easily remember it. No problems. Go into DNS settings on DC, add a name(A) record as "intranet.xxxx.local" -> 10.0.2.247 (servers static ip).
Check nslookup on server its self, everything resolves. Go to my workstation punch in http://intranet/
and get redirected to google.
Seems that on some workstations the DNS name works, on others it does not. No pattern of any kind. All workstations are set to use main DC as the primary DNS server via DHCP server settings. DHCP also runs on main DC.
Can anyone suggest what could be the issue?