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Posted on 2014-03-21
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I have 3 offfices on the same domain. I have a few internal websites that can not open the website if they use the http://servername but it does work if they use http://servername.domian    This only happens in 1 of the 3 offices. I have rebooted the servers in this office as well as the FSMO role holder for the domain & I've checked DNS to make sure there is a forward record in there for these websites & there is. All of the clients are Windows 7 clients. In the same site that is having the issues, I can access the http://servername fro mthe DNS server but the clients can't that point o this DNS server...

How can I troubleshoot this? What's going on?
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pls check if "Append Primary and connection specific DNS suffices" is selected in DNS tab of LAN Card.
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