Re: Bug in server 2003 DNS policy setting

From: Jeremy Brooks (jeremy.brooks_at_HUMBER.CA)
Date: 05/18/05

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    Date:         Wed, 18 May 2005 16:22:15 -0400
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    Hi,
    a work-around to this odd behaviour is to set the alternate DNS server names
    via DHCP Scope or Server options instead of via a GPO. DHCP edits the same
    registry keys as used by IPCONFIG. I could not find a Scope option for the DNS
    Search Suffix though.

    Prof. Jeremy Brooks
    School of Applied Technology
    Humber College

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