Hi - I have installed Jabber for Windows 9.6 and can logon fine using the Manual Server options, however, when I try to automate the logon using DNS SRV record I recieve the error "cannot communicate with server".
I have followed the guides and it looks as if the issue is related to the install package not allocating the correct domain for the SRV records. I am using the /CLEAR=1 and /SERVICES_DOMAN=localdomain.com parameters, however, when I check the DNS cache after install I still see theSRV records as below:
It also looks like we need to have all DNS config set up and tested before users try logging in to a Jabber client on that machine as DNS failures are cached.
Even clearing the ipconfig /flushdns, uninstalling and reinstalling jabber client and trying to login again from the machine (with all correct DNS records in place) still seems to cache the bad DNS records.
If I go to another machine with a fresh Jabber install it all works fine and I can see the correctly cached DNS SRV records.
Thanks for your help..... next challenge is why can't I automate logon via IPAD but it now works on Windows?... I'll raise another post for that one :-)
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