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Hey Guys,

New install of OS X Server (lion), and the DNS Server Service is stuck on and will not disable for love nor money!

Ideas?

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/39821/cannotdisabledns.mov <-- have a lookie

Thanks

Chris Pressland

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You sure you have Lion server installed? Cause that sure looks like the snow leopard interface.

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[quote name='BlendedFrog' timestamp='1330647183' post='594696366']
You sure you have Lion server installed? Cause that sure looks like the snow leopard interface.
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It's the additional server tools you can download. Gives you all of the SL Server functions since the stock Lion Server interface sucks.

I wish I could provide some help on this... Have you tried disabling it from the terminal?

Not sure if this command still works... sudo serveradmin stop dns

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[quote name='BlendedFrog' timestamp='1330647183' post='594696366']
You sure you have Lion server installed? Cause that sure looks like the snow leopard interface.
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Yeah this is the 'Server Admin' window which functions similar to Snow Leopard Server.

[quote name='giantsnyy' timestamp='1330648273' post='594696386']
I wish I could provide some help on this... Have you tried disabling it from the terminal?

Not sure if this command still works... sudo serveradmin stop dns
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This looks to have worked! Cheers, to Disable Apache I actually had to rename the httpd file in 'sbin'... Lion Server is fail!

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[quote name='CPressland' timestamp='1330712005' post='594698460']
Yeah this is the 'Server Admin' window which functions similar to Snow Leopard Server.



This looks to have worked! Cheers, to Disable Apache I actually had to rename the httpd file in 'sbin'... Lion Server is fail!
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I agree! I haven't upgraded any of my servers from Snow Leopard yet for this reason. Glad to have helped.

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