I've an interesting one I haven't looked at before. Trying to get a server to login to the correct. Not sure if it's a networking issue or an AD Sites/Services config issue.
I've got a head quarter site (Site 1), and a remote site (Site 2).
I'm trying to get the server (ServerA) to login to Site 2, by having put the server in 10.13.250.0/24, which is the subnet assigned to Site 2.
However many times I reboot and try logging in to the server, it will continue to tell me I'm still in Site 1. Site 1 and Site 2 are in the same forest/domain, so I'm not sure why this simply doesn't work if I have 10.13.250.0/24 assigned to Site 2.
There is another forest that has 10.13.250.0/24 listed as a subnet as well, and it has its own separate domain controllers and AD. The subnet there is a different site (Site 3).
All servers in that subnet indeed login to Site 3.
So I'm wondering if Site 3 in that forest means we can't have 10.13.250.0/24 in Site 2 function properly...?
Would it mean I have to specify DNS server in the same site and allow the traffic?