Validating the state of active directory

27 Apr

Paul Lcn is right about some comments he made regarding "If the server is a domain controller, do you also use it for DNS because the DNS server IP address points to the router? I found this to be the problem I had: "If the server is a domain controller, do you also use it for DNS because the DNS server IP address points to the router? Active Directory relies on DNS, and you should run DNS on the server, not on the router.

This is a fairly simple method in which you can basically do whatever you want (pop-up alerts, add HTML to the page, change CSS, whatever you need).function if we wanted a particularly crude error message but it would be much better to have some formatted error message just like Share Point does out of the box ..and for that to work we first need to have ourselves a recognisable element that we can manipulate using j Query, so we add the following code to our rendering method for the edit interface: First off we create ourselves a new Validator Set which will contain the validators that we need for the field.We then do a simple check to see if it is a required (mandatory) field and if it is we add the standard Share Poing “Required Validator” to our Validator Set. The only difference is the IP address between the two machines. I did, however, go into DNS Manager to create my Lookup/Reverse Zones, this is for training purposes ONLY. I was still able to access the Internet on my laptop and my DC.