KB Articles

There are several articles below that are related to support of Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces and Discontiguous Namespaces.  These will soon be linked to the DNS Namespace Planning Solution Center.  More on that here.

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Title

2273047

User Account Control (UAC) and Windows Explorer

2360265

KRB_AP_ERR_BAD_INTEGRITY error when server tries to delegate in mixed Read-Only DC and Windows Server 2003 DC environment

2328240

Event ID 4107 or 11 is logged in the Application Log in Windows Vista or Windows Server 2008 and later

2030310

TerminalServices-Licensing 4105 – The Terminal Services license server cannot update the license attributes for user “<UserName>” in Active Directory Domain “<DomainName>”

2269838

Microsoft Exchange compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379064

Microsoft Biztalk Server compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379369

Microsoft Office Communications Server compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379367

Microsoft Forefront compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379371

Microsoft Office Outlook compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379373

Microsoft Office SharePoint compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379375

Microsoft SQL Server compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

2379380

Microsoft System Center product compatibility with Single Label Domains, Disjointed Namespaces, and Discontiguous Namespaces

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