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    danwajs
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    #126264

    Hi.
    I have installed in my PC Microsoft Virtual PC and Microsoft Server 2003 on it.
    My computer works on Windows XP Professional.
    I’m trying to add my computer to the domain but I get the error quoted below.
    There’s connectivity between them.(Ping works)
    I checked DNS in the Active Directory and everything seems to be OK.
    What could be the problem? What to check?
    I have Virtual Machine Additions installed
    Thanks

    The following error occurred when DNS was queried for the service location (SRV) resource record used to locate a domain controller for domain ionitotaj.ocm:

    The error was: “DNS name does not exist.”
    (error code 0x0000232B RCODE_NAME_ERROR)

    The query was for the SRV record for _ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.ionitotaj.ocm

    Common causes of this error include the following:

    – The DNS SRV record is not registered in DNS.

    – One or more of the following zones do not include delegation to its child zone:

    ionitotaj.com
    . (the root zone)

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    danielp
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    #170942

    Re: DNS Problem Using Virtual PC

    You’re trying to add the HOST XP to the GUEST 2003 AD Domain?

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    entadm
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    #292037

    Re: DNS Problem Using Virtual PC

    Are u able to ?

    telnet 53 from client.

    paste nalookup screenshot from client

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    danwajs
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    #298559

    Re: DNS Problem Using Virtual PC

    danielp;72772 wrote:
    You’re trying to add the HOST XP to the GUEST 2003 AD Domain?

    Yes.
    Ping to (IP Windows Server 2003) works
    Ping to 2003-computername.domainname works so the DNS resolves the name.
    Remote Desktop from XP to Virtual PC Server 2003 works.

    Everything seems to be well configured so I don’t know what else to check.

    From Xp
    nslookup
    Default Servers are not available
    Default Server:Unknown
    Address :127.0.0.1

    From Windows Server 2003
    nslookup
    DNS Request timeout
    timeout was 2 seconds
    Can’t find server name for address (2003 IP Address and Preferred DNS IP Address- DC and DNS on the same server)
    Default Server :Unknown
    Address:(2003 IP Address and Preferred DNS IP Address- DC and DNS on the same server)
    >

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    entadm
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    #292038

    Re: DNS Problem Using Virtual PC

    Quote:
    From Xp
    nslookup
    Default Servers are not available
    Default Server:Unknown
    Address :127.0.0.1

    I doubt you have configured DNS server IP correctely on XP.

    Quote:
    From Windows Server 2003
    nslookup
    DNS Request timeout
    timeout was 2 seconds
    Can’t find server name for address (2003 IP Address and Preferred DNS IP Address- DC and DNS on the same server)
    Default Server :Unknown

    Have a look at DNS services.

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    simonsays
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    #289662

    Re: DNS Problem Using Virtual PC

    Is this possible? I appreciate you can ping the machines, but is it wise?

    One of the benefits of using VPC / VMWare is not having to mess with the host.

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