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wrong DNS Suffix “emmvee” instead of “emmvee.in” getting in all client system

Posted on 2013-01-09
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Hi Team,
               We having the ADC server in one of the location and there we are observed in all client system and we are getting wrong DNS Suffix “In “emmvee” instead of “emmvee.in” issue. please check
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Are the clients in this location provided addresses by a DHCP server ?

IS this DHCP server different to the one in other locations ?


However here is a full explanation of suffixes how they are assigned and how they can be modified.

http://msmvps.com/blogs/acefekay/archive/2011/02/12/configuring-dns-search-suffixes.aspx
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