Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Post by ada.. » Wed, 09 Aug 2000 04:00:00



Are there are any issues with installing win 2000
dns server on a network entirely composed of nt
4.0???????????

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Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Post by ada.. » Wed, 09 Aug 2000 04:00:00


Are there are any issues with installing win 2000
dns server on a network entirely composed of nt
4.0???????????

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Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Post by ada.. » Wed, 09 Aug 2000 04:00:00


Are there are any issues with installing win 2000
dns server on a network entirely composed of nt
4.0???????????

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Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Post by Roger Abel » Wed, 09 Aug 2000 04:00:00


Have your NT 4 DNS servers up-to-date on service,
and do not expect them to do DDNS.  If you are planning
on allowing W2k to do dynamic DNS updates, then let a
W2k DNS server be primary for zones supporting W2k.

> Are there are any issues with installing win 2000
> dns server on a network entirely composed of nt
> 4.0???????????

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Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Post by ada.. » Tue, 22 Aug 2000 04:00:00


Roger or anyone:  are there bugs with in DDNS, if all that is used is a
W2K network???



> Have your NT 4 DNS servers up-to-date on service,
> and do not expect them to do DDNS.  If you are planning
> on allowing W2k to do dynamic DNS updates, then let a
> W2k DNS server be primary for zones supporting W2k.




Quote:> > Are there are any issues with installing win 2000
> > dns server on a network entirely composed of nt
> > 4.0???????????

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Problems with win 2000 dns backward compaibility?

Post by Thomas Le » Tue, 22 Aug 2000 04:00:00



Quote:>Roger or anyone:  are there bugs with in DDNS, if all that is used is a
>W2K network???

DNS is pretty stable, but you are well advised to get SP1, which fixes
some bugs...

Thomas

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1. Problem on WIN 2000 WINS and DNS

Hi,

Ihave some problem on 2000 Server , Hop anyone can help

1) We have a domain abcHK on NT 4.0 server
    Now I add a new Domain abcCH on 2000 server
    I have set a trust relation ship between two domain ....

    But Want I want to Replicat two domain's WINS ,
    on 2000 side , it display "Replication with a nonconfigured partner is
not allowed "
    on NT 4.0 side, it display Acess is denied

How can I solve it

2) I have setup a 2000 server ,
    on the GDC, I set up a DNS (10.10.2.10) ,
    Also I add a new server to join GDC

   so, I have one DNS server 10.10.2.10, and two external DNS 202.X.X.X (
for internal )
  When I set other Server's DNS into 10.10.2.10 , it can't go to internal,
(Can't resolve name ),
  But If I don't set it, It is difficult to log in ,
 So, How Can I do it

Regards,

Sean

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