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This is VERY crucial to be setup right, or you end up with DNS records that are completely out of whack, and behavior that is completely inexplicable. It says: There are warning or error events within the last 24 hours.....
to be completely honest, I had a call to Microsoft to straighten out my scavenging settings, as it is a bit confusing being available on the DNS server level, and on the DNS Zone level. When I check the event log it has one warning messages from 8 hours saying: ------------------------------ Event Type: Warning Event Source: Nt Frs Event Category: None Event ID: 13562 Date: 14/06/2010 Time: AM User: N/A Description: Following is the summary of warnings and errors encountered by File Replication Service while polling the Domain Controller s-syd-18-ad.c Scavenging is an issue which I am trying to fine tune.
I cant seem to find out how to install replmon and netdiag for Server 2008 R2. So fast scavenging of records is paramount when considering they travel interstate between branches and connect to a VPN solutioon that issues addresses from a different subnet. As this option does not work, this only leaves scavenging to clean up the mess.I found this article which mentions that these tools are no longer available in Server 2008. I feel that alot of my scavenging problems would be resolved if I could get the 'Discard A and PTR records when lease is deleted' option to work as suggested. I would appreciate if you can look up that Microsoft ticket.Well, I looked up in my records, and I actually found two quite detailed blog posts that I posted internally regarding that topic.Can someone please help me troubleshoot why DHCP is not updating DNS correctly. "The solutions and answers provided on Experts Exchange have been extremely helpful to me over the last few years.I wear a lot of hats - Developer, Database Administrator, Help Desk, etc., so I know a lot of things but not a lot about one thing.
dcdiag fails on 'NCSec Desc' it says: "error enterprise read only domain controllers doesn't have replicating directory changes access rights for the naming context." Not sure what this means really as this is not a RODC. If I delete the DNS entry and lease and do this again, it may not register the entry.