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Posted on 2013-02-06
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I installed a backup domain controller Windows 2003 R2 and install and setup went fine.
However, now that I have installed DNS on that box, I cannot ping it or connect to it.

As a test, I removed DNS and I was able to connect to it fine.

Any ideas?
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Hi,

Have you created the DNS zone as AD integrated? if not, you need to cteate as AD integrated.
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So. Do I change it on DC2 or DC1?
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Duh.   I had the firewall on.  Sorry about that
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