Server 2016 And 2012 R2 – DCDIAG Check If Active Directory Is Registered In DNS Video Tutorial

Server 2016 And 2012 R2 - DCDIAG Check IF Active Directory Is Registered In DNS VIDEO TUTORIAL

  A quick check to see if Active directory is registered in the DNS. If it is not registered correctly then AD will not work. Using the DCDIAG command we can check if active direcotry is setp correctly with the dns server.  
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1. 00:00:00:06 / 00:00:10:46 - hello a very quick video to show you how
2. 00:00:04:98 / 00:00:14:66 - to check to see if your DNS server has
3. 00:00:10:46 / 00:00:18:57 - your Active Directory domain controller
4. 00:00:14:66 / 00:00:20:75 - registered in DNS correctly very simple
5. 00:00:18:57 / 00:00:22:87 - is just this command if you open up
6. 00:00:20:76 / 00:00:30:44 - PowerShell okay
7. 00:00:22:87 / 00:00:32:60 - PowerShell okay and that should come
8. 00:00:30:44 / 00:00:36:57 - with their right click on that run as
9. 00:00:32:60 / 00:00:41:78 - admin ok and basically run this command
10. 00:00:36:57 / 00:00:46:71 - DC diag for slash test colon register in
11. 00:00:41:78 / 00:00:49:07 - DNS space forward slash DNS domain colon
12. 00:00:46:71 / 00:00:54:35 - and then basing the name of the domain
13. 00:00:49:07 / 00:00:57:00 - and then space /v if you do that and it
14. 00:00:54:35 / 00:00:59:23 - comes up saying basically past test
15. 00:00:57:00 / 00:01:03:78 - registered in DNS ok
16. 00:00:59:23 / 00:01:07:97 - everything's good ok if it doesn't then
17. 00:01:03:78 / 00:01:11:34 - it's time for shall we say diagnosing
18. 00:01:07:97 / 00:01:14:84 - and repairing your DNS server regarding
19. 00:01:11:34 / 00:01:18:68 - your Active Directory setup ok hopefully
20. 00:01:14:84 / 00:01:18:67 - this has helped thank you for watching
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