I do have a decent amount of DNS experience under my belt though, and this is not making any sense.
I am working closely with the admins responsible for these devices and can get tests performed as needed.) We have run into an issue where we cannot add conditional forwarders that point to BIND nameservers under Windows Server 2012.
The problem was almost impossible to reproduce and unpredictable in its manner: The customers had several setup projects in their solution and the error appeared seemingly random during the compilation of each of them.
If you ever experience this issue, here is what may be happening and what you can do to work around it: The error code you are seeing was introduced with this KB: There is a race condition that sometimes used to cause hangs when building setup projects on the command line.
Now, I'm trying to create a setup application for it.
As theapplication uses Crystal Reports, I followed the instructions provided by Microsoft in html/When I attempt to build the setup application, I'm getting the followingerror in the task windows: An error occurred when validating.
I have an issue with one of my Windows 2008 R2 DC's and that when I go under DNS on the server and under Forward Lookup Zones and then under Name Servers.
When I click the resolve button I get an error "An unknown error occurred while validating the server". make sure the DC is not behind the firewall , or the windows firewall is not blocking...
Adding the IP address of the server results in a validation error: client 192.168.203.20#59067 (.): query: .
IN SOA - (192.168.208.201) client 192.168.203.20#50553 (.): query: .
I have read that for some it is fixed by enabling IPv6 and I have done that and also I have tried disabling my firewall but I still get this error. @Syed In this particular site I have only one DCGC and if you are asking over-all in all our different AD sites we have about 40 DCGC's It is running AD-Integrated DNS and yes when I open the command prompt and say nslookup this could be for many reasons; make sure you have A and NS record for the DC try to run dcdiag /v on this dc and check if there is any error?
Hello everyone, I’ve had a few cases already, where our customers came across a rare problem: They were building Visual Studio Installer projects with Team Build of Team Foundation Server 2010 and the build failed with the error: “An error occurred while validating. When running the build process again, it usually succeeded.
HRESULT = '80040155' The file listed is the setup's project vdproj file. as to what could be causing the error, or how to resolve the problem? id=329214 and doing the fix for "Missing Registrations" --- David Guyer - VBQA Deployment Testing This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.