[FATAL] No DNS servers have the DNS records for this DC registered

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by ChainsawDude, Nov 26, 2005.

  1. ChainsawDude

    ChainsawDude Guest

    I have a w2k3 domain and I wish to add a another domain controller.
    However, Netdiag /test:dns /v reports

    [WARNING] The DNS entries for this DC are not registered correctly on
    DNS se
    rver '192.168.1.2'. Please wait for 30 minutes for DNS server replication.
    [FATAL] No DNS servers have the DNS records for this DC registered.

    Please say if this is something that happens a lot and can safely be ignored?
    I have spent much time trying to get a clean netdiag run but this has
    totally stumped me.
    FYI - this is a single name domain i.e. dons-domain and no .com
     
    ChainsawDude, Nov 26, 2005
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  2. No it cannot be ignored, the problem is likely caused by the single-label
    domain name.
    300684 - Information About Configuring Windows 2000 for Domains with
    Single-Label DNS Names
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;300684&sd=RMVP

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