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IN SOA - (192.168.208.201) @Håkan Part of the confusion was that they were apparently attempting to add the forwarder using the server name during the first attempt, which does ghost the OK box and prevent them from continuing.

(as opposed to the screenshot above) The remaining problem is unrelated to this issue and I'm going to close the Q&A.

If I misunderstand, please dont hesitate to let me know. I don't see MPSReports folder under windows and I search MPSReports.cab, but can't find it.

Do you have configured a primary or secondary zone in your DNS server for comcast.net? A: From the netmon log, we can see the following DNS query.

I suggest you run the command below on this Windows 2008 server. The MPS Reporting Tool is utilized to gather detailed information regarding a systems current configuration. It appears to be your ISP's router, if in this case, you may need to contact ISP to see whether they router has declined your DNS server's request.

Net stop netlogon net start netlogon ipconfig /flushdns ipconfig /registerdns After that, please test again. In DNS console, right click the DNS server and go to Debug Logging tab. Select "Log packets for debugging" and select all the available options. The data collected will assist me with fault isolation. Please download MPS Reporting Tool from the following link: ( Source Address: Cisco Systems 54C725 [*MAC address*] In addition, I also found this Windows 2008 server in question is installed on VMware platform as the destination address is Destination Address: VMWare, Inc.

Check if there's no time difference between them.

I am getting this error on the forwarder on my dc/DNs server which has a forwarder. Please make sure that there is no firewall / router that is blocking DNS traffic. This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties or guarantees , and confers no rights.

i was facing the same problem and fixed thank for the god.

When I check the Forwarders in the DNS Manager, it shows Comcast DNS "An unknown error occurred while validating the server" If I run nslookup, I get can't find web site: Query refused I have opened a case with Comcast, the technician said their DNS works fine.

The Event Viewer doesn't have any error related to the DNS. A: From the description, I understand the issue is that nslookup failed with error "query refused" and your ISP DNS server shows as "An unknown error occurred while validating the server" in DNS forwarder list. It runs for just seconds and the blue screen disappears.

I am working closely with the admins responsible for these devices and can get tests performed as needed.) We have run into an issue where we cannot add conditional forwarders that point to BIND nameservers under Windows Server 2012.

Adding the IP address of the server results in a validation error: client 192.168.203.20#59067 (.): query: .

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