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Old 07-31-2007, 03:21 AM   #1
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File server, print server inaccessible when change to new DNS

Dear all,

I need some help on the Bind-9.2.4 version. I have set up DNS with all the entries of file server,print server....etc. Currently using Windows DNS and wants to move to linux.
I have tested with dig and nslookup and everything is resolving accurately. Now the problem is when I reboot with my new DNS entry then it cant access any network drives, printers, and also asks for password when access exchange mail.
If I now change the DNS entry to the old one then everything works fine and then if u change the DNS to new one then it works too. But problem arises if reboot/start with the new DNS entry.

What could be the cause of this problem? any idea.



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