How to Set Up a Specific DNS Server's IP Address on VM Environment
Product Line: VERDE
An application the customer installs in their
Gold image needs to have a direct pointer to their DNS server to work properly.
We do not provide an input field within the
Netcfg import file to specify a DNS server.
This can be accomplished by a simple
configuration within the Gold image that will override the default Verde DNS
I tested this process with both a Windows 7
and Windows 10 Gold image.
I am showing the configuration steps below,
using a Windows 7 Gold image.
Steps to configure a Static DNS Server within
a Gold Image
I did a ‘Check-out’ of a Windows 7 Gold image
and went to Control Panel – Network and Sharing Center.
I selected the LAN Interface for Verde NAT
Network, since this is the default Network used when editing a Gold image.
I went to TCP/IP Properties and set a Static
DNS server: 192.168.1.98 (This is my Windows 2016 Active Directory
Server with DNS).
I did a ‘Shutdown’
and ‘Check-in’ of the Gold image.
I provisioned Active
Directory Users with a Session Settings that has the NETWORK configured for
Bridge and imported an Netcfg file with the required fields.
I logged in using my
AD Credentials (jborsini@verde) and was able to see my Static IP address and
Computer name in Live Sessions on the Management Console.
192.168.1.245 Computer Name” PCLabBr9
From within the
Windows 7 virtual Desktop, I started a DOS Command shell and entered: C:\nslookup
You can see this
points to the default DNS server that was configured in the Gold image.
Here is the view of
the DOS Command: C:\ipconfig /all
Notice the Static DNS
Server listed: DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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