Not only can management of static IP addresses become time consuming, but such management also increases the chances of misconfigured parameters.
Imagine having to manually type 10,000 IP addresses and not make a single error.
I can use nslookup and it shows the server and the address fine.
These machines seems to be working fine, but I cannot ping or rd to any computer by name.
Details are:`n Using file $Resource Record File as source file.`n Making changes on DNS:$dnsserver`n If you wish to cancel Press Ctrl C,otherwise press Enter`n" Read-Host $Host Record List = Import-csv $Resource Record File foreach ($dnshost in $Host Record List) Running this script requires Windows 2008 R2 RSAT installed.
As you can see, all the script needs is a CSV file with 2 columns called “hostname” and IP, containing the FQDN, and the DNS server you want to connect and make the changes.
This means that all computers on a Windows 2000 network require a unique IP address to communicate with the Active Directory.
Tutorials, API references, and other documentation show you how to set up and manage DNS zones and records for domain names.You can use Forefront TMG as the WPAD server, or you can host the or file at an alternative location, such as a server running IIS.When planning for a WPAD server, consider the following: To use a Forefront TMG computer as a WPAD server for automatic discovery requests, you configure the network on which clients are located to publish automatic discovery information and specify the port number on which the Forefront TMG computer should make automatic discovery information available.The computer gets disconnected from the VPN and get connected straight to the network but the DNS doesn't update the hostname with the new IP. The TCP/IP protocol is an Active Directory operational requirement.