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    We have just brought up a new domain controller which is also a DNS server.

    We have a domain trust with 10 or so other domains, do I need to configure a forwarder on the new DNS server to point to these?

    As we already have a trust in place will I need to put these in or not?

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    Anyone for this?

    Just also had an issue with a SQL cluster where its failed to register the cluster name in DNS therefore it fails and stuff breaks. Earlier on in the day we lost lots of services and had to manually register them into DNS by doing ipconfig /reigsterdns, scavenging is setup the same as the other DC's but for some reason we lost lots of things.

    Any ideas?

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