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Integrating domain controllers or creating a secondary zone

I have been told by a colleague that if you have an Active Directory-integrated DNS zone, you can either make other domain controllers AD-integrated or a secondary zone. What is the difference between the two and what would be the advantages and disadvantages of implementing either zone on our additional remote servers connected by a 256Kbps WAN link? Thanks in advance.
I don't have resources at hand to address this one. Maybe search on www.microsoft.com/technet and support.microsoft.com with the keywords of DNS, integrated, and secondary zone for possible information.
This was first published in June 2004

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