ping cant resolve ip, nslookup shows right ip and right DNS-Server

Hi,

i have a DNS running on a new 2012 R2. If i ping the domain "dom.local" on the server it works fine.
But if i ping dom.local on the clients, they cant resolve the ip. Nslookup shows the right ip and the right DNS-Server on the clients.
The DNS-Server is set up as first DNS-Server in network settings. I already made an flushdns on the client and deleted the DNS-Cache on the server.
Clients are Win7...

Any idea ?

Thanks

loosain
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Jason CrawfordExchange / Office 365 Premier Field EngineerCommented:
I've never actually tried pinging an AD domain directly, but apparently it defaults to the logon server.  From a client machine, can you ping the DNS server FQDN?  Can you ping it by IP?  Is ICMP allowed on the firewall?  If you suspect a cache issue, try running dnscmd /clearcache.

I'm curious, In what scenario would pinging a domain (ie domain.local) prove helpful?
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loosainAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

resolved myself, took only some minutes to wait
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loosainAuthor Commented:
resolved myself, took only some minutes to wait
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