I have been kinda thrown to the wolves on our network. I have tons of experience on routers and switches and now I guess it is my turn to work on servers and such. I have a problem with our DNS server. Now keep in mind I just learned how to spell DNS server yesterday haha.
Anyway, the DNS server stops working ocasionally and the only thing I can do to fix it is clear the cashe. I have done some searching on the subject and all I can find is that microsoft stated that they have fixed this problem with service pack 1, but I have already installed that and more. I can't recall the OS and all the details but I will give more info as soon as I can get it. From the top of my head I think we are running Win 2003 server on most of the servers. Any help would be appreciated.
September 22nd, 2006, 08:12 AM
Are you recieving any event viewer log entries when the server stops working? More details would be helpful in trying to get you a solution.
September 22nd, 2006, 02:47 PM
Not that I can tell, that is the funny thing about it. I'm going to check it again right now and see if I can get back in a few hours. I should have a ton more info then. THanks
September 23rd, 2006, 04:16 AM
We were able to fix it. Just took some reloading of the actual DNS. Thanks for your time. If I have any additional questions I'll be sure to give all the info up front. :)