On Mar 11, 2011, at 10:43 AM, Mike Reed wrote:
> On Mar 11, 2011, at 6:03 AM, Christopher Hearn wrote:
>> On Mar 11, 2011, at 12:14 AM, Dan Shoop wrote:
>>> So, you can /prove/ your DNS is good?
>> changeip -checkhostname shows everything is correct.
>> dig hostname shows the correct A record in DNS
>> dig -x ip_address +short shows the correct hostname
>> nslookup ip_address shows the correct hostname
>> Should I try something else?
> You only have one DNS server, meaning only one domain controller?
No, several replicas and one separate forest that I can do lookups against if needed.
> The AD connector in OS X will enumerate all the DC's in your domain, and in the particular case of a GC, use the first one it finds regardless of where it is.
Is there a way to give precedence to one domain over the other, or require only using one? I can see the setting in Directory Utility, but I am not sure it works.
> You've checked the one DNS server that this particular Mac is connected to, now check them all. Oh, and make sure that the appropriate SRV records are correct, complete and consistent as per ht3394 in Apple's KB.
How can I check the SRV records?
> -- Mike
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