The following example shows how to fix an incorrectly priced domain lookup: This is the default behavior of the DNS server in many operating systems, and it’s what I see when trying to log into my domain name on Windows.
This behavior is most likely the result of having a custom DNS configuration that has not been set to the default setting.
In some cases, however, you may need to explicitly enable this behavior to change the default DNS behavior.
For more information about how to enable the DNS behavior change, see Enable or Disable DNS behavior Change for a DNS server.1.
Create a new DNS domain If you don’t already have a domain name, create one now.
You may want to use a different name if you want to set up your domain on multiple servers.
If you do, be sure to enter the name that’s listed as the default for your DNS configuration.
This will prevent the DNS servers from incorrectly resolving your domain name.
If the DNS setting does not work, make sure that the domain name you created is correct.2.
Create the DNS settings for your domain If your domain’s DNS settings are not configured correctly, you will see a message indicating that you cannot create a new domain.
In most cases, this is because your DNS server has incorrectly configured DNS settings.
In such cases, you can try to update the DNS configuration by following the steps in this section.3.
Verify that the DNS Server Is Using the Default SettingsIf the DNS Servers settings are incorrect, you’ll likely see the following message in your browser:This is a warning that you can ignore.
If this happens, you should try to fix the DNS system settings by editing the DNS registry key for your Windows Server 2016 or later computer.
To do this, click Start, click Run, and then type regedit.
This opens the Registry Editor, which can be found in the Start menu.
Click Edit, and type the following commands.
If your DNS settings include an entry for the domain in which your domain should be registered, type this command: regedit /i REG_DWORD /dHOSTNAME/domainname/resolveThe name of the registry key, HOSTNAME, is displayed.
The value is the name of a file with the .reg extension, which is the registry entry for that file.
For example, to change this value to: regEDIT /i HOSTName /dhostname/domainNameResolve.reg4.
Reopen the DNS Service If the registry settings are correct, the DNS service should now be using the values from the HOST name you entered earlier.
This indicates that the registry is correct for the DNS names.5.
Change the DNS Settings to a Correct ValueIf you see this error, your DNS DNS settings have been configured incorrectly.
In these cases, the registry will need to be updated.
If it is, you need to follow the steps below to make the DNS update.
Step 1: Log into the DNS Configuration Web site.
In the DNS web site, you must log in to the DNS domain you created.
You can change the domain, name, and email addresses on this page.
If a domain that has been created already appears, you do not need to log in.
To change a name, enter the domainname you entered previously.
To edit a name for an email address, enter a number.
To create a domain, enter your domainname.
If there is already a domain for that email address that has already been created, you don\’t need to create a second domain.
If that email is already in use by another email address on your computer, you also don\”t need to change it.
Step 2: Click the Edit button on the left side of the page.
This brings up the DNS page.
On the DNS Configurations page, click the Domain Names tab.
The domain name in the Domain Name dropdown box is the domain you entered in step 1.
Click Add, and the new domain name is displayed in the DNS Services tab.
Step 3: In the Add New Domain dialog box, enter new domainname in the Name drop-down box.
This name is the new name that you entered from step 1 in the previous step.
Click Save, and you’re done.