Connection-specific DNS Suffix

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Will Johnson, Jun 23, 2005.

  1. Will Johnson

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    Hello, I have removed a DNS server from my domain and now when I type
    "ipconfig /all" it still shows the old DNS for the Connection-specific DNS
    Suffix". Every thing seems to be working fine as far as DNS goes. If I type
    "ipconfig" from the new DNS server it shows correct Suffix; only from a
    workstation do I get the incorrect Suffix.

    Where can I make to correction?
     
    Will Johnson, Jun 23, 2005
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    The connection specific suffix is on the DNS tab in TCP/IP properties, or is
    assigned by option 015 in DHCP or can also be assigned by a GPO.
    The GPO is here:
    Computer Configuration
    -Administrative templates
    -Network
    -DNS Client

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  3. Will Johnson

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    WOW! You are GREAT.... this was that answer and the fix to my problem. I
    wish every one would give a straight answer as you have.

    Thanks a Mill
     
    Will Johnson, Jun 24, 2005
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