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This article explains how to edit your zone file hosted on the (mt) Media Temple nameservers, NS1. NOTE: Any changes to your DNS zone file will need to propagate across the Internet.
As a general rule, we recommend to allow 24-48 hours for DNS propagation.
The machine's DNS entries in the NIC, must be ONLY configured to use the internal DNS servers that host the zone. The Primary DNS Suffix on the machine must match the zone name in DNS. This usually is set to 15 min by default, else it was modified somehow.
Make sure you have reverse DNS zone as well, then refresh that once the address have been added whether manually or automatically.; microsoft.support = microsoft.support
A zone file is a small set of instructions for resolving the specified Internet domain name to the appropriate number form of an Internet Protocol (IP) address. As a general rule, we recommend to allow 24-48 hours for DNS propagation.