Intermittent incorrect DNS resolution?
jra at baylink.com
Fri Jan 18 22:46:09 UTC 2013
----- Original Message -----
> From: "Vinny Abello" <vinny at abellohome.net>
> Just an FYI...
> Every version of Windows since Windows 2000 (sans Windows Me) has had
> the DNS Client service which maintained this caching function. This
> was by design due to the massive dependency on DNS resolution which
> Active Directory has had since its creation. It greatly reduced the
> amount of repetitive lookups required thereby speeding up AD based
> functions and lessening the load on DNS servers. It still exists today
> up through Windows 8. You can disable the service, but it will also
> break DDNS updates unless your DHCP server registers hostnames on
> behalf of your clients.
Microsoft broke the Internet just to make their internal networking
I'm shocked; *shocked* I tell... yes, just put the money right over there;
*shocked* I say.
You can't imagine how much time that lost me in diagnoses when it first
came out, until we finally located it somewhere on the Internet.
Jay R. Ashworth Baylink jra at baylink.com
Designer The Things I Think RFC 2100
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