DNS signature failed to verify error

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Don, Mar 23, 2007.

  1. Read inline please.

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    I remember the thread, but if I remember correctly, this was the configure
    your DNS server wizard the first time you use the DNS management console.
    This wizard really only pertains to configuring DNS the first time with a
    forward lookup zone, or with just root hints. This wizard doesn't really
    have anything to do with replication, in fact if you never run the wizard,
    and DNS is on a DC with ADI zones being replicated to it, the zones will be
    replicated and DNS will work fine.
    This "Configure your DNS server" message to me is more of a nuisance than a
    help because it seems to really freak some people out for some reason. If
    you do get this message, configure Root Hints only, finish the wizard, and
    you'll never see the message again.

    I've not seen your email yet, did you send it?
    I've got some pretty tight spam filtering at multiple levels, so if you've
    not sent it I don't need to search my spam directory.

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    Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP], Apr 15, 2007
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