DNS SRV record weight VS Sites & Services Link Cost?

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by Claude Lachapelle, May 1, 2007.

  1. Since we have DCs in different sites, I would like to confirm that clients is
    locating SRV record using Sites & Services Link Cost? Correct me if I'm
    wrong, but we want to avoid having a workstations from a site authenticating
    to a remote site!?

    DNS SRV record weight have nothing to do with site, only with domain...

    Thanks.

    Claude Lachapelle
    Systems Administrator, MCSE
     
    Claude Lachapelle, May 1, 2007
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  2. In
    One simple method is, on the client, you can check to see which DC
    authenticated it by running in a command prompt:

    set logonserver

    One of the DCs in the client site, provided your Sites are setup properly,
    should show up.


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