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I just had one of those "WTF" computer support issues. Anyone have any idea what's going on?
Every time IE opened or closed, it would lose the DNS entry of our corporate timeclock. The only way to fix it would be to open and close the Network Connection TCP/IP properties, but that only worked until the next time IE was opened or closed.
Turned out that corporate gave us 3+ Domain name servers to connect to for the intranet. If I used just one, it would work fine. But if I used the 2nd or 3rd ones as backup, the weird behavior with the time server would show up. Now obviously I'm just running on the 1, but I feel vulnerable only operating with 1 name server. Plus, other computers on the network run all 3 DNS just fine without conflicts.
Anyone have any clue whatsoever what might make my boss's DNS wig out like that?
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