DNSdump issue


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Greg

I found Dean's Dnsdump script here (thank you). I've
attempted to run it on our local dns server (it's also a
DC) and I get this:

-------------------------------------------
DNSdump - Ready to proceed, configuration

* Security context is "****\greg"
* Mode of operation is "EXPORT"
if was unexpected at this time.
--------------------------------------------

Has anyone else had this issue. I was also looking at the
script and I'm wondering If I have to make any
modifications to it.

Thanks in advance for any answers.
 
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Dean Wells [MVP]

Is the DNS server you're running DNSdump on a DC, a member or
standalone/workgroup?
Have you tried exiting that shell, running another and trying again?
Does it do this on any other computers?
- if so, is there an obvious difference between them?

Dean
 
D

Dean Wells [MVP]

PS - Is that the exact security context returned -

" * Security context is "****\greg"

.... or have you merely disguised your domain name?

Dean

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Dean Wells said:
Is the DNS server you're running DNSdump on a DC, a member or
standalone/workgroup?
Have you tried exiting that shell, running another and trying again?
Does it do this on any other computers?
- if so, is there an obvious difference between them?

Dean

--
Dean Wells [MVP / Windows platform]
MSEtechnology
[[ Please respond to the Newsgroup only regarding posts ]]
R e m o v e t h e m a s k t o s e n d e m a i l


Greg said:
I found Dean's Dnsdump script here (thank you). I've
attempted to run it on our local dns server (it's also a
DC) and I get this:

-------------------------------------------
DNSdump - Ready to proceed, configuration

* Security context is "****\greg"
* Mode of operation is "EXPORT"
if was unexpected at this time.
--------------------------------------------

Has anyone else had this issue. I was also looking at the
script and I'm wondering If I have to make any
modifications to it.

Thanks in advance for any answers.
 
G

greg

No the context returned is DOMAIN\greg I just disguised
the domain name.

For the new dnsdump release I get the same results on
win2k DC with DNS on it, and I get the same result on a
standalone dns server.

However when I found an older version of dnsdump.bat it
worked fine on the DC with DNS but not on the stand alone
DNS box.

I'm wondering if I'm just getting garbled text when I copy
dnsdump from JSI in a web browser. I've edited it and
gone through it but I have found no 'odd' characters.

Thanks for any help.
-----Original Message-----
PS - Is that the exact security context returned -

" * Security context is "****\greg"

.... or have you merely disguised your domain name?

Dean

--
Dean Wells [MVP / Windows platform]
MSEtechnology
[[ Please respond to the Newsgroup only regarding posts ]]
R e m o v e t h e m a s k t o s e n d e m a i l


Is the DNS server you're running DNSdump on a DC, a member or
standalone/workgroup?
Have you tried exiting that shell, running another and trying again?
Does it do this on any other computers?
- if so, is there an obvious difference between them?

Dean

--
Dean Wells [MVP / Windows platform]
MSEtechnology
[[ Please respond to the Newsgroup only regarding posts ]]
R e m o v e t h e m a s k t o s e n d e m a i l


Greg said:
I found Dean's Dnsdump script here (thank you). I've
attempted to run it on our local dns server (it's also a
DC) and I get this:

-------------------------------------------
DNSdump - Ready to proceed, configuration

* Security context is "****\greg"
* Mode of operation is "EXPORT"
if was unexpected at this time.
--------------------------------------------

Has anyone else had this issue. I was also looking at the
script and I'm wondering If I have to make any
modifications to it.

Thanks in advance for any answers.

.
 
D

Dean Wells [MVP]

Problem resolved via email and TS ... corrupt copy of the script.

Dean

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Dean Wells [MVP / Windows platform]
MSEtechnology
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R e m o v e t h e m a s k t o s e n d e m a i l


greg said:
No the context returned is DOMAIN\greg I just disguised
the domain name.

For the new dnsdump release I get the same results on
win2k DC with DNS on it, and I get the same result on a
standalone dns server.

However when I found an older version of dnsdump.bat it
worked fine on the DC with DNS but not on the stand alone
DNS box.

I'm wondering if I'm just getting garbled text when I copy
dnsdump from JSI in a web browser. I've edited it and
gone through it but I have found no 'odd' characters.

Thanks for any help.
-----Original Message-----
PS - Is that the exact security context returned -

" * Security context is "****\greg"

.... or have you merely disguised your domain name?

Dean

--
Dean Wells [MVP / Windows platform]
MSEtechnology
[[ Please respond to the Newsgroup only regarding posts ]]
R e m o v e t h e m a s k t o s e n d e m a i l


Is the DNS server you're running DNSdump on a DC, a member or
standalone/workgroup?
Have you tried exiting that shell, running another and trying again?
Does it do this on any other computers?
- if so, is there an obvious difference between them?

Dean

--
Dean Wells [MVP / Windows platform]
MSEtechnology
[[ Please respond to the Newsgroup only regarding posts ]]
R e m o v e t h e m a s k t o s e n d e m a i l


I found Dean's Dnsdump script here (thank you). I've
attempted to run it on our local dns server (it's also a
DC) and I get this:

-------------------------------------------
DNSdump - Ready to proceed, configuration

* Security context is "****\greg"
* Mode of operation is "EXPORT"
if was unexpected at this time.
--------------------------------------------

Has anyone else had this issue. I was also looking at the
script and I'm wondering If I have to make any
modifications to it.

Thanks in advance for any answers.

.
 
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Administrative credencials

Hello, I've just deiscovered dnsdump and I found it very usefull. The problem is: I'm having some trouble with the domain administrative credencial since the computer I'm trying to export/import from is not part of a domain. The user IS a local admin but, of couse, not a DOMAIN admin since, I repeat, it's not part of a domain.
I DID get to export DNSs from another (wich is the one I'm trying to migrate from) but that computer IS part of the domain and I had all the nescesary credencials.

It si quite vital that I don't reboot the pc that is not part of the domain because it is being used as a web, sql and other types of servers.

So, does anybody know how to make this thing work if the computer does not belong to a domain??

I really need this urgent!
Thanks!
 
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Hey Dean , the script is very helpful and i thank u very much for the initiative .
But im encountering an issue wen i run the script

Export Partially Completed ....ERRORS OCCURRED

can u please shed some more light on this
 

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