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DNS on workgroup servers vs DNS on domain servers

What are the similarities and differences between DNS settings installed on workgroup servers and DNS settings installed on domain servers?

What are the similarities and differences between DNS settings installed on workgroup servers and DNS settings installed on domain servers?
Installing DNS on an Active Directory domain controller allows you to integrate your DNS information into the Active Directory database, which allows for enhanced replication of your DNS information, multi-master DNS replication, secure dynamic updates and the ability to set Access Control Lists (ACLs) on individual records. For more information, visit Microsoft's Tech Center.
This was last published in September 2006

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