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OBorrero
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      08-08-2005
Quick question for the DNS gurus . If you choose to use AD-integrated DNS
is there still a need for primary and secondary servers?


 
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Victor Guillen
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      08-08-2005
AD itself relies on DNS!!!, wich means that it is necessary the primary DNS


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Wayne
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      08-08-2005
If you use AD Integrated DNS, each DNS Server will be a Primary Server. If
needed, another operating system's DNS Server can be setup as a secondary.
Try reading : http://tinyurl.com/88n4d

Wayne McGlinn
Brisbane, Oz

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Marraboy
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      08-15-2005
Absolutely agree with the other posters...

All domain controllers become Primary servers. You can set up a
secondary server on another server (this can be a Win2K3 member server,
doesnt have to be another operating system - dont know why you would do
it though, unless for some reason you didnt want a domain controller at
one of your sites?!?!?!?!).

The advantage is that all replications will take place when AD does
this, so in theory it should cut down on traffic (probably doesnt
though ;D)

John T.

 
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Marraboy
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      08-15-2005
Wayne...

Enjoying the cricket? Its good to see you lot on the back foot!

JT, England!

 
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