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It is important to master certain Microsoft-specified objectives for the Implementing and Administering domain name system (DNS) section in the MCSE Windows 2000 Exam 70-217. This chapter describes objectives, including installing and configuring DNS for Active Directory (AD), integrating AD DNS zones with non-AD DNS zones and troubleshooting DNS.
Topics covered in this chapter include:
- Installing and configuring DNS for AD
- Integrating AD DNS zones with non-AD DNS zones
- Configuring zones for dynamic update
- Managing replication of DNS data
- Troubleshooting DNS and more!
This chapter download from Exam Cram 2: MCSE Windows 2000 Active Directory Services Infrastructureby Peter Bruzzese, David Watts and Will Willis is printed with permission from Que Publishing, Copyright 2003.
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