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Posted on 2016-10-26
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Hi All Expert,

Good Day.

I am getting this DNS name does not exist (error code 0x0000232B RCODE_NAME_ERROR)when trying to join domain from laptop Windows 10. I have went to the server room and direct plug in and try to join but also getting this error, then I am able to ping the server and dns, I also try to manual add the DNS IP address on the advanced TCP/IP server and not resolve. Appreciate if anyone has this knowledge can advise me on.

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After adding the DNS server's address to the client (remember that it should only be using internal DNS servers, nothing external), did you flush the resolver cache on the client with the ipconfig /flushdns command?
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by:xchiazyx
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Hi,

Thank you for reverting back.

I did flush the resolver cache on the client with the ipconfig /flushdns before, we did relocation and we had configure the server, other users who have already on domain have no issue.

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Can you post a screenshot of the error as it appears on the workstation?
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by:xchiazyx
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Hi,

Thank you for reverting back to me.

I login to SSLVPN and now able to join domain.

Thanks!
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