To complete setting up the AD in Azure VM, next step is to setup the DNS for the Virtual Network. Setting up DNS is required to join other machine (TFS, RM server etc,) to the domain.
Go to the server manager of the AD server in Azure VM. Click on Toos—> DNS.
In the DNS Manager right click on Domain Controller and click on Properties.
In the Forwarded tab of the Properties window click on IP address and click Edit.
In Edit Forwarders select the IP and click Delete.
Then click OK.
Click Apply and close DNS Properties.
Now go to the Azure Management portal click on the Virtual Network and go to Configure tab.
In the dns servers provide Domain Controller name and the static internal IP assigned to it. Click on Save.
Click Yes for the below message.
This will update the Virtual Network
DNS setup done for the Virtual network.
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