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  • Broken Delegation issue

    I get broken delegation errors on the server upon running dcdiag /test:dns
    Error: DNS server: encsd1.encsd.net. IPxx.xx.154.232 [Broken delegated domain encsd.net.encsd.net.]

    I am sure my setup is fine. Users are logging in with no problems. Drives are mapping and so forth. I think I know what the problem is but don't really know how to resolve it. The delegation errors are form a CNANE I created when I first setup DNS. I could not access the internet internally while logged into the domain., so I created a CNAME - www.encsd.net
    Under forward lookup zones, under encsd.net\net\encsd is a CNAME-www Alias (CNAME) www.encsd.net
    Inside are the following:
    Alias Name www
    FQDN www.encsd.net.encsd.net
    FQDN for Target host: www.encsd.net
    My domain name is ENCSD.net and my internet domain name is www.encsd.net
    I host my website on a internal server that is not part of the domain.
    This is no doubt the issue because I now no why the dcdiag /test:dns displays the encsd.net.encsd.net
    Also, in DNS, under encsd.net there is a Host (A) file www pointing to the ip address of my webserver IP address
    Now, how do I resolve it. Thanks for any help!


    Last edited by superhl; 15th January 2011, 14:06.

  • #2
    Re: Broken Delegation issue

    resolved.
    Removed cname and create an host (A) record www and pointed to the ip address of the server

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    • #3
      Re: Broken Delegation issue

      Hi,

      Because .net is top level domain and this is not correct naming covention to be used
      "encsd.net.encsd.net."
      Thanks & Regards
      v-2nas

      MCTS 2008, MCTIP, MCSE 2003, MCSA+Messaging E2K3, MCP, E2K7
      Sr. Wintel Eng. (Investment Bank)
      Independent IT Consultant and Architect
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