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For Windows 2008 and all newer operating systems, IPv6 must not be disabled.If disabled, it will cause other problems: The Cable Guy – Support for IPv6 in Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows 7, by Joseph Davies, Microsoft, Inc.Active Directory’s DNS Domain Name is NOT a single label name ("DOMAIN" vs.the minimal requirement of "" "domain.local," etc). The Primary DNS Suffix MUST matches the zone name that is allowing updates. 1 named named 152 Dec 15 2009 named.empty -rw-r--r--.
For AD Integrated Zones and Secure Only Updates: a.For client machines, if a client is not joined to the domain, and the zone is set to Secure, it will not register either. You must ONLY use the DNS servers that host a copy of the AD zone name or have a reference to get to them.Do not use your ISP’s, an external DNS address, your router as a DNS address, or any other DNS that does not have a copy of the AD zone. The domain controller is multihomed (which means it has more than one unteamed, active NIC, more than one IP address, and/or RRAS is installed on the DC). The DNS addresses configured in the client’s IP properties must ONLY reference the DNS server(s) hosting the AD zone you want to update in.I'm having a great deal of trouble getting DHCP to update the DNS records for the clients. The server is laser-samba14 192.168.101.99 I am not using IPv6. I did focus my attention on the permission denied line but can't figure out why the permission is denied. The named account does have permissions to the folder that contains To that end I created a RHEL 5 machine and tried setting up DHCP and DNS on it. I was unable to get the updates to work using the key but it did work when I did "allow updates ;" instead of the key.