Re: Unknown User Account or Spyware?
Date: 12 Sep 2005 14:47:58 -0700
I do have DNS installed. I added the DNS for my ISP in the forwarding
section of DNS. I already have the ISP DNS addresses in IP properties
and I thought that was enough for this Server/PC. I'll see if this
fixes the problem.
- Re: GPO is ignored after 2 weeks
... I enter the isp dns numbers when I run through the Internet ... would remove the isp dns from the server and put it in the "proper" ... I have to stop some users on an SBS R2 accessing the Internet so I ...
- RE: Getting DHCP to use resolv.conf?
... # This script will propagate to dhcpd the changed dns servers ip ... # and restart dhcp to reread dhcpd.conf containing new ISP dns ip ...
- Re: IE Dns problem?
... Then Kevin replied below: ... > Why do you say adding my isp dns after my own dns on an AD member ... > it happens regularly that I use a client computer and need my Internet ... So when I add my isp dns after ...
- Re: sys vol check
... I need to configure the ISP DNS to be handled under the AD DNS FORWARDERS ... I need to configure the DHCP to use all three internal DNS servers ... If DNS zones are AD Integrated are writtable. ...
- Re: Windows DNS and RBL Lookups
... I went back in and added my ISP DNS address as the forwarder ... >> accurate response directed right at the ISP DNS tells me that the ISP DNS ... >> any DNS they may be forwarding to are working just fine. ... >> internal DNS, or in the way my internal DNS is communicating with the ISP ...