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What are the differences between NT DNS and Win2k DNS?

What are the differences between NT DNS and Win2k DNS?
As just DNS they are both the same. The Windows 2000 version has a few error corrections and a slightly different control interface, but the underlying service is the same. However, when you throw Active Directory into the mix and upgrade DNS to Dynamic DNS (DDNS), you get a DNS that is dynamically updated and maintained by Active Directory. There is lots more to it, so check out the documentation from TechNet and search on DNS, DDNS or NT DNS.
This was first published in September 2002

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