We have three Windows Domain Controllers (2012 R2 and 2008 R2 mix), all DNS servers. Split-zone DNS scenario. DNS resolution is working for all internal subnets except over User VPN. All network connectivity appears to be uninhibited. Users connected to Cisco AnyConnect IOS SSL VPN are unable to resolve internet-facing DNS queries. Queries to AD Integrated Zones return correct answers. **NSLOOKUP output from working host within network boundary:** > set type=a > 4.2.2.6 Server: dc1.domain.com Address: 192.168.0.1 ------------ SendRequest(), len 38 HEADER: opcode = QUERY, id = 7, rcode = NOERROR header flags: query, want recursion questions = 1, answers …

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With windows server 2003 losing support in the coming weeks we have upgraded our 2003 servers to virtualized 2008 servers. The only problem we are having at the moment is with Group Policy and mapping drives. Previous to this upgrade we used a logon.vbs which "worked" but was nearing 10 years old and did have faults every once in a while. However since the change the script is a complete bust, broken, no drives map from it and so we have to run to each work station and remap drives manually. We have since removed the logon.vbs from being used …

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Hi Guys. recently i got a Dedicated server with one Ip. and on my side i got man domains, which i want to point for differents ip's but in one server. I can get ip from provider but i've to by. ok bying is not big deal. But the point is i'm making Email Marketing for my clients, so i don't want to send all emails in one IP.because sometimes IP's are blacklisted and i want if i send something like 200 emails, at leats i must forward with 4 IP, something like Ip Rotation. So my question is:i tryed …

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I read somewhere that i can have a Win2008 Host Server running AD,DNS and DC services + I can add a Virtual machine on the same server running Linux for setting up a File Server. Win2008 Standard has limitations for POSE and VOSE??? I think its 1 PoSe and 1 VoSe Can i still run 1 POSE and 1 Virtual Linux and 1 Virtual VOSE(in case i need to add a role)

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I made client & server programs in C# based on this example code. c# client program: IPHostEntry ip = Dns.GetHostEntry(tbServer.Text);//"MyComputer-MSI" string addr = ip.AddressList[0].ToString(); TcpClient clientSocket = new TcpClient(addr, 1234); At the last line above, I got the message: An unhandled exception of type 'System.Net.Sockets.SocketException' occurred in System.dll Additional information: No connection could be made because the target machine actively refused it I made sure both programs (Client.exe and Server.exe) were allowed by Windows Firewall. No other antivirus currently enabled (as far as I know). I've tried several different versions of this c# code from various message boards with the …

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hi. few days ago I create a Azure account and create a Virtual machine. download and install SQL server managment, open TCP port 1433. but cant connect to my app.. my DNS is btca.cloudapp.net but cant connect. tried to connect with DSN & IP but nothing happening. any suggestion?

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hi. few days ago I create a Azure Account and create a Virtual Machine install SQL server managment. open TCP port 1433. but now I cant connect to my app... my DNS is btca.cloudapp.net but cant connect the code with the database... please help me...

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<context> I have a simple Home Network. A few PCs (with fixed IP addrs) and a couple of laptops that are configured to use DHCP, all configured to a local Workgroup. In order to help out my wife and daughter with their PC issues (or to install updates and such) I use RDC... I have added the fixed IP addresses and names to the local HOSTS files. With this, I can RDC by name, to the PCs. But I cannot RDC to the laptops by name (I can RDC to them by IP address, if I go discover it). I …

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