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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
and search on DNS, DDNS or NT DNS.