DNS on Windows 2000

Errata for DNS on Windows 2000

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Version Location Description Submitted By Date Submitted Date Corrected
Printed
Page xiv
"Obtaining the Example Programs"

There are no example programs for this book. Remove this whole section.

Anonymous   
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Page 66
Figure 4-15

IP address: 192.249.249.1 should be 192.249.249.3

Anonymous   
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Page 94
the paragraph starting with "Note that ...

amber.oreilly.com? NOW READS: opal.oreilly.com?

Anonymous    Dec 01, 2003
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Page 148
1st paragraph

Notice that we explicit TTLs on the NS and A records. NOW READS: Notice that we explicit TTLs on the NS records.

Anonymous    Dec 01, 2003
Printed
Page 173
zone data sample, lower half of page

The SOA record is missing the closing paren.

Anonymous   
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Page 212
Step 3

the assertion contains two prereqs: One, that the domain name *not* be an alias, and two, that the domain name own an A record pointing to the desired IP address. If either condition is true, the registration process should stop. (If there's an alias, we're registering at the wrong name. If the A record is already there, there's no reason to register it.)

Anonymous