RE: Windows Server 2003 and slow login
Date: Wed, 28 Apr 2004 15:10:37 GMT
Yes, the Domain Controller should point to itself only, and then use
forwarders to resolve externally (or root hints). Then the clients should
point to the DC for name resolution. Also make sure the register this
connection in dns is checked in the TCP/IP advanced settings.
Check the DNS on the server and make sure your zone for the domain is
present, and the properties allow for dynamic updates.
Then at a command prompt type:
net stop netlogon
net start netlogon
A good resource for DNS information is www.microsoft.com/dns
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