Deleeted my delegation for _msdcs.domain.local now I need to re-create it

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Spin, Oct 26, 2005.

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    The delegation for _msdcs.domain.local in my test domain.local zone is gone
    after I deleted it and re-created it (for testing and practice purposes).
    Now, when I go through the wizard to re-create it, I only get so far before
    I get confused. I will now insert the real AD domain name here. I
    basically right-click on the ebiz.local zone and choose 'New Delegation'. I
    press 'Next' and enter _msdcs in the 'Delegated domain' field which
    automatically enters in _msdcs.ebiz.local into the 'Fully qualified domain
    name' field beneath. Then I press 'Next'. In the resulting 'Name Servers'
    dialog box this is where I get confused. I have a single-server named
    ebiz-gate. I press 'Add' and enter ebiz-gate.ebiz.local, it's IP address
    underneath and then 'Next' and 'Finish. Is this all I need to do?
     
    Spin, Oct 26, 2005
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  2. That is all you need to do. That is, besides making sure you have a
    _msdcs.domain.local zone.

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