Windows dns not updating
What is even more confusing is the effect you see if the zone is set to "Nonsecure and Secure". This unexpected response to SSSD will generate an error. Hopefully this explains a number of scenarios and how to set to proper configuration.
If the zone is set to "None", no update of any kind is done. To understand what happens here, you must look at the design of the DNS update process. Enjoy your more modern Linux dynamic DNS experience!
If you look in Microsoft DNS, you will see that the record is created.
You can find the root hints on the IANA website – there’s an FTP link to the file containing root hints, as well as an HTTP link (
Flush DNS by this procedure Press the Windows Key or hover your mouse over the bottom left corner and click the Windows Icon Begin typing Command Prompt Right-click the application and select Run as Administrator Run the following command in the command line and hit enter: ipconfig /flushdns7.
This was not an issue when I first built the server so I'm not sure why it is now.
I thought simply entering this in the ‘Copy from Server’ window should suffice but it doesn’t. The window says it wants a server name or IP address so I removed everything above except the server name and then clicked OK. Server: win-dc03.rakhesh.local Address: 10.50.0.22 Non-authoritative answer: (root) nameserver = a.(root) nameserver = b.(root) nameserver = c.(root) nameserver = d.(root) nameserver = e.(root) nameserver = f.(root) nameserver = g.(root) nameserver = h.(root) nameserver = i.(root) nameserver = j.(root) nameserver = k.(root) nameserver = l.(root) nameserver = m.a.internet address = 220.127.116.11 My DNS server doesn’t have an authoritative answer (notice the output above) because it only has the info that’s present with it by default.
That looked like it was doing something but then failed with a message that it couldn’t get the root hints. The real answers could have changed by now (and it often does – the root hints list that these servers come with can have outdated entries) but that’s fine because it has some answers at least.