Is this a problem for a normal computer on your network or just the Terminal Server? I don't know why it would be an issue for TS and not for a client computer unless it might be a client firewall issue. What version TS are you running? 2003 or 2000? I have kind of the same setup that you do but I do not have Forwarding set up on my DNS server. I think I could not get forwarding to work through the 1 or 2 firewalls between our network and the Internet. My DNS server knows about my internal network and nothing about the outside. If a client asks for the address of a object inside the network, my DNS servers reply with the information. If it is outside the network, they say -sorry don't know what or who that is. I think the computer then tries the gateway for information. I have ISA server set up as the firewall and have firewall clients installed on all computers. Between the firewall client and the other capabilities of ISA I have no issues with DNS for computers or Servers inside the network. I had to configure the ISA server to get DNS information for our Exchange Servers. The Exchange Server asks where the mail server is for company.com and it is configured to ask the ISA server. The ISA server is configured to make the request to the DNS servers I have configured on the external connection of that ISA server. Douglas Jensen Douglas.Jensen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx <mailto:Douglas.Jensen@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Voice (952) 402-9821 Fax (952) 402-9815 Network Administrator Scott Carver Dakota CAP Agency, Inc. 712 Canterbury Road Shakopee, MN 55379 www.capagency.org <file:///C:/Documents%20and%20Settings/djensen.SCDCAP/Application%20Data /Microsoft/Signatures/www.capagency.org> ________________________________ From: windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:windows2000-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] On Behalf Of Steve Caro Sent: Monday, September 26, 2005 12:26 PM To: windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: [windows2000] DNS trouble I have DNS setup on a DC, works fine. I have a forwarded setup that points to my ISP for all unresolvable IP's by the DC. I have a Terminal Server which points to the DC as its DNS server. I can ping the DC and resolve the server name of the DC from the Terminal Server. However, when I ping a particular web site from the DC, I get a response but when I try to ping from the Terminal Server, it cannot find the site. Cannot resolve the name. What's wrong? ________________________________ Yahoo! for Good Click here to donate <http://store.yahoo.com/redcross-donate3/> to the Hurricane Katrina relief effort.