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A DNS server can also query or contact other DNS servers on behalf of the requesting client to fully resolve the name, and then send an answer back to the client. In addition, the client itself can attempt to contact additional DNS servers to resolve a name.

When a client does so, it uses separate and additional queries based on referral answers from servers. In general, the DNS query process occurs in two parts: The following figure shows an overview of the complete DNS query process.

The DNS system is nitpicky to work with, and the DNS setup for your domain affects important business activities, like email!

When you add your domain to Office 365, typically your domain's MX record is updated (by you or Office 365) to point to Office 365, and ALL email sent to that domain will start coming to Office 365.

Make sure you've created mailboxes in Office 365 for everyone who has email on your domain BEFORE you change the MX record.

What if you don't want to move email for everyone on your domain to Office 365?

Now that you've added the record at your domain registrar's site, you'll go back to Office 365 and request Office 365 to look for the record.

well at least I know that it uses standard Bind now, great! language=en_US ) director dns-settings create, eh?? If you build an entire hardware-support infrastructure around the assumption of built-in default password that everyone-and-their-mother knows, you make it fundamentally harder to properly support users who ‘do the right thing’ and change them. Instead, design you hardware and appliances to generate new and unique strong default passwords on first deployment, or have the user provide them (enforcing complexity).

only interesting one here is: ( https://com/docu34006_VPLEX-with-Geo Synchrony-5.0-and-Point-Releases-CLI-Guide.pdf? But no EMC engineer I have ever spoken to would even look there, or even to look there.

Enter New Password: Reenter New Password: Testing password strength… While EMC KB articles have an attachment section, this script in question is of course not added. The one that every EMC and VPLEX support engineer knows and is easily Googlable? They assured it this was noted down in their administration for our customer. Every single time EMC support would try to get in, and complain that they could not.

– Updating sudoers – Change root password Choose password of appropriate complexity. Also notice how you need to have at least 5.4.1 Patch 3 in order to even run it. Does this mean that prior to 5.4.1 Patch 3 there really was no supported way to change the default vplex management server root password? We dutifully informed EMC support that we changed them.

Now that you've added the record at your domain registrar's site, you'll go back to Office 365 and request Office 365 to look for the record.

well at least I know that it uses standard Bind now, great! language=en_US ) director dns-settings create, eh?? If you build an entire hardware-support infrastructure around the assumption of built-in default password that everyone-and-their-mother knows, you make it fundamentally harder to properly support users who ‘do the right thing’ and change them. Instead, design you hardware and appliances to generate new and unique strong default passwords on first deployment, or have the user provide them (enforcing complexity).

only interesting one here is: ( https://com/docu34006_VPLEX-with-Geo Synchrony-5.0-and-Point-Releases-CLI-Guide.pdf? But no EMC engineer I have ever spoken to would even look there, or even to look there.

Enter New Password: Reenter New Password: Testing password strength… While EMC KB articles have an attachment section, this script in question is of course not added. The one that every EMC and VPLEX support engineer knows and is easily Googlable? They assured it this was noted down in their administration for our customer. Every single time EMC support would try to get in, and complain that they could not.

– Updating sudoers – Change root password Choose password of appropriate complexity. Also notice how you need to have at least 5.4.1 Patch 3 in order to even run it. Does this mean that prior to 5.4.1 Patch 3 there really was no supported way to change the default vplex management server root password? We dutifully informed EMC support that we changed them.

Note: Typically it takes about 15 minutes for DNS changes to take effect.