JSI Tip 5126. How do I troubleshoot DNS name resolution on the Internet in Windows 2000?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 316341 contains the following summary:

This article describes methods that you can use to configure Domain Name System (DNS) if queries that are destined for the Internet are not resolved properly, but local intranet name-resolution works correctly. The cache file on your Windows 2000-based server might be corrupted, missing, or out of date. You can replace the cache file with an original version of the cache file, or you can manually enter the correct root hints in the cache file from the DNS console.

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