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    Issue with Reverse DNS Lookups

    by jozefbehr ·

    Hii Guys Myself Jozef Clifford Behr, It appears that for some reason, this latest build sets a registry key by default that disables windows store, and I think it is because there is an GPP setting under the latest admx templates that works the opposite of how it should work. If you update the administrative templates to the latest ones for Windows 11 Build 22H2, you will find that there is a group policy called Disable All Apps from the Microsoft Store under Computer Configuration/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/Store. The way this policy is worded, you would think that if you left it Not Configured or Disabled, then the store apps would be enabled. However, it works the opposite. You have to enable this policy to enable the store apps.

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      Re: Issue with Reverse DNS Lookups

      by Wizard57M-TR ·

      In reply to Issue with Reverse DNS Lookups

      What does this have to do with reverse DNS lookup?

    • #4024361
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      What issue?

      by rproffitt ·

      In reply to Issue with Reverse DNS Lookups

      As to the policy I believe others have complained about that. As it is, there is little hope Microsoft will fix it as the fix would break things further.

      Also, report bugs to the OS maker/maintainer as reporting here isn’t going to help.

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      Reply To: Issue with Reverse DNS Lookups

      by Johnharper2020 ·

      In reply to Issue with Reverse DNS Lookups

      If the sending email server doesn’t have a reverse DNS record at all, it might as well be packaged in blue tin — because it’s probably spam. In such cases, most servers reject the email. If you are running your own mail servers, you can avoid problems like this by setting up a PTR record for your server.

      Regards,
      John

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