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To DNS or Not To DNS...

By TellMeWhy ·
Well...It may sound stupid but..I installed Exchange2000 in Win2k Domaincontroller and then in win2kpeofessional client i started outlook2k but i would not connect or would not accept the exchange server name when asked to give server name(when i installed exchange2000 so i gave it the name) but when i gave the ipaddress of the DC on which exchange was installed the outlook accepted it and started running perfectly. I want to still avoid giving IPadd..Wot do i have to do?..Install Internal DNS Server? or give the "hostname" of the Domain controller in outlook servername requirement box? I donno how to configure DNS internal or external with active directory and exchange2000 already there. Helllllllllllllllllllllllllllppppppppppppp!!!!!!!!

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by VinnyD In reply to To DNS or Not To DNS...

The name you want to use in Outlook is the name of the Domain Controller computer! Not the name of the Exchange server.

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by TellMeWhy In reply to To DNS or Not To DNS...

THanx A Lot..............This was my 2 cent Bet......

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