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But if a record already exists, the security principal (in this case the cluster name identity) should have Full Control over the existing DNS record.
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When combined with the Host Name this indicates the FQDN of a host.
By default it is the same as the Active Directory domain that the host is joined to.
The purpose of Network Name is to allow clients to be able to resolve the DNS name to an IP Address to establish a connection to it.
During DNS registration we present a mapping between the network name and its provider IP addresses over some physical adapter that can reach a DNS server.
When the check box “Use this connection’s DNS suffix in DNS registration” is turned on, the DNS registration for the network name also happens in the zone corresponding to the connection specific DNS suffix. Register this connection’s addresses in DNS If this check box is turned off, the network name doesn’t register in DNS for both the Primary DNS suffix and the connection specific DNS suffix. Dynamic updates If a DNS zone is set to Secure only, then zone and record permissions come into play.
By default, all Authenticated Users have permissions to create a new record inside a secure zone.
The ‘Or’ is a dependency which the Net Name has on the IP Addresses which implies that EITHER the 1.99 IPv4 Address OR the .99 IPv4 Address must come online before the Network Name resources comes online.
If it had not been registered within the past day, then it is immediately registered when the resource comes Online.
There are several settings which can be configured to change the behavior of your cluster.
Reverse DNS records are essential for those running a mail server since many recipient servers reject, or mark as spam, all email that originates from an “unauthenticated” server.
This means that after the sending IP address is checked, if the reverse DNS does not match the sending domain, then it is classed as “unauthenticated”.