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AD DC DNS SYNC REPLICATION UPDATION

Posted on 2014-02-18
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dear gurus

we are suffering a lot due to windows 2008 r2,

we have 6 phyisical site where

the master server is
atmcsrvr10

where the ip of 10.0.1.30

now other sites has additional domain controller

we notice the replication among all server not working.

say i change "adminstrator" password or set password lenght 8 to 9  on master

so this does not effect anywhere

beside let me know

master server dns should be
1st dns 10.0.1.30
2nd dns (other additional domain controller) or global dns of isp(internet provide) can be used?

i have same question for ADC(additional domain controller too)

your strong recommendation guideline and over come this issue highly appreciate.

kind regards
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Sylvain_piv earned 1500 total points
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Try to run dcdiag (on an elevated command prompt) on DC then post results.
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CLOSE THIS CASE PLEASE
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