Terminal Server Farm wierd DNS issue
Today I have setup a Remote Desktop Farm like so:
SCHOOL RDS Farm
RD Broker : SRV-RDSB01 IP : 10.18.96.138
RDS Server : SRV-RDS01 IP:10.18.96.139
RDS Server: SRV-RDS02 IP:10.18.96.140
Farm Name : SCHOOL
I have followed as per Microsoft and added the RDS servers in relevent groups and load balancing on the RD Broker and the Host themselves
Added DNS entry SCHOOL into DNS and added the RD Hosts there(2 entries with the host IP addresses).
Now here's where the wierdness started. initailly the farm worked (with SCHOOL) and also logging on to each RDS server by it's own name / IP Address.
On second attempt connection stopped to SRV-RDS02 with this error message:
"The connection cannot be completed because the remote computer that was reached is not the one you specified. This could be caused by an outdated entry in the DNS cache. Try using the IP address of the computer instead of the name"
If I log on using the Farm name SCHOOL it diverts me to SRV-RDS01 always
If I log on with SRV-RDS02's ip address (which the entry is correct on DNS mapping) it diverts me to SRV-RDS01
Tried ipconfig /flushdns then registerdns as well
Googled around and DNS issues was suggested so deleted the entries out for now, wait and re enter the RD FARM DNS again later.
Anyone encountered this strange issue?