sInstall, configure and troubleshoot DNS.
sInstall the DNS Server service.
sConfigure a root server.
sConfigure a caching-only server.
sConfigure a DNS client.
sConfigure zones for dynamic updates.
sTest the DNS Server service.
sImplement a delegated zone for DNS.
sManually create DNS resource records.
Windows 2000 topics: DNS and Active Directory. You may be wondering what these two subjects are doing in the same chapter, but let me reassure you that they really do belong together. Because Active Directory is dependent on DNS, you\u2019ve got to understand DNS (and in many cases you\u2019ll want to have your DNS server up and running) before you install Active Directory.
The bulk of this chapter, then, is all about DNS. I\u2019ll explain what DNS is, as well as how to install, configure, test, monitor, and troubleshoot DNS on a Windows 2000 Server/Advanced Server computer. I\u2019ll also show you how to configure client computers to use a DNS server. Finally, I\u2019ll discuss how to install Active Directory, including how to verify and troubleshoot the Active Directory installation.
1.What does DNS stand for?
2.Define the term host name resolution.
3.The DNS domain at the top of the DNS domain namespace is
4.List four types of DNS servers.
5.What does TTL stand for?
6.What two prerequisites must be met prior to installing
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