If you are running multiple DNS zones on a Windows server and want to migrate these to a new Windows server here are the steps: From the DNS manager Export List and save to a text file The lines in the export file will look like this for a Primary DNS server mydomain.com.au –
If you are having this issue it is likely the dgrnwork.dll add-in has become disabled. To enable it do the following: In the word menu go to Word options Under the add-in menus on the left look for the NatSpeak Word add-in Initially when I did this it was under the disabled application add-ins Next.
If you follow this article http://support.microsoft.com/kb/309814 to configure automatically detect settings in Internet explorer and have set up a WPAD alias on your DNS server, you may find the autodiscovery is not working. If you try to ping wpad or wpad.domainname.local you get a response Ping request could not find host wpad. Please check the.
If setting up a domain using gmail you can copy and paste the below records into the hosts file to save entering each one manually @-