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Discussion in 'Networking' started by www.rasikh, Apr 10, 2008.

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  1. www.rasikh

    www.rasikh Thread Starter

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    Hi Dears.
    I have Installed DNS on Win 2003 Server (Enterprise Edition) and Active Directory on an other Win 2003 Server..
    Now How should I Configure My DNS Server to do All its Job?
    Nothing is configured yet in DNS, i have just Installed It...:confused:
     
  2. Jax999

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    What are you referring to with DNS??

    Domain Name System????
     
  3. rhynes

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    If you have 2 win2003 servers, instead of splitting the roles, you should consider dual domain controllers. Least then you'll have some replication in case one or the other fails.
     
  4. www.rasikh

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    Thanks rhynes.
    Actualy I posted this Poste yesterday. and no body gave a reply.
    you have given a reply. thanks alot
     
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