Laptop DNS Issue

So I'm working on a new laptop.   I attempted to join it to a domain but it's not able to reach the DC.   I am able to ping the server name Main, but not the FQDN, Main.ClosersChoice.Local.   When I run nslookup I get back Default Server: Unknown 192.168.100.2 which is the correct IP.    I get a similar error when I run ipconfig /displaydns.     I've fun /flushdns and I've also verified that a reverse lookup is created for the zone with a PTR going to Main at 192.168.100.2

The laptop is on wireless, but I've also tried hardwiring it.   I get the same message regardless of how it is setup.   This is only an issue on this Laptop.  NSlookup works on every other PC in the network.  

Thoughts?
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systechadminConsultantCommented:
its seems the Netbios is not enable on the NIC, can you please check that one. Also mention the DNS server correct on the laptop nic card.
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C_ParlatoAuthor Commented:
I was able to solve the issue.  It appears the WiFi was block DNS.   Forgot we just installed Open-Mesh and there is some additional configuration on the network to allow local dns to resolve.
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C_ParlatoAuthor Commented:
I was able to resolve the issue myself.
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