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  dns server priority broken

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Bug description:
  network-manager: 1.2.4-0ubuntu1

  Yakkety appears to have switched back from resolved to dnsmasq, but it seems 
server priority/order is broken.

  Example: In split DNS setups, connecting to VPN will not cause us to
  query the DNS provided by the VPN first (or only), which should be the
  proper way to resolve names in that case.

  Say server.example.com in the public DNS resolves to a.a.a.a and in
  the private DNS resolves to b.b.b.b.

  Stuff would work from my normal internet-connection, but connection to
  VPN would cause stuff to misbehave. I expect to hit the b.b.b.b
  address but since my normal LAN DNS is being used first, I'm really
  hitting a.a.a.a.

  Please let me know how to proceed - Hopefully this can be fixed in
  time for release.

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