Registry Tip : DNS Server Stops Using Round Robin for Host Name Resolution

by Wayne Maples [Published on 20 April 2004 / Last Updated on 20 April 2004]

LocalNetPriority overrides Microsoft Windows NT Domain Name Service (DNS) server round robin functionality.

The latest version of Dns.exe for Windows NT server introduces a new feature, LocalNetPriority, that attempts to return Host resources that are local to the requestor instead of merely responding round robin. By default, normal round robin responses will not occur. To return to round robin responses, you will need to disable the LocalNetPriority setting: Q177883

See Also

See Also

Featured Links