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Tim
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      3rd Jul 2003
I have tried everything I can think of. I followed the
steps in Chapter 2 - Structural Planning for Branch
Office Environments (Technet: Products and Technologies,
Active Directory, Windows 2000 server, Deploy, Active
Directory Branch ..., Planning Guide...

Under the DNS Design Recommendations it has you add a
registry fix to each remote site domain controllers. I
did this but did not get the same results that they
show. It did not change the DNS tables on my servers the
way it was supposed to.

I still have _kerberos, _kpasswd, and _ldap for DCs that
are not in that perticular site.

Each site has its correct entries for these three items
for the DCs in that site. But also has records of other
DC's from other sites.

Can I manually delete them. Did I do something wrong
when I applied the registry fix. I Also added a registry
fix to all DCs to stop autositecoverage.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.
 
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