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DNS on Windows 2000, Second Edition by Cricket Liu, Matt Larson

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Step 5: Get a New Root Name Server Cache File

Now is a good time to make sure you’ve got the latest and greatest root name server cache file. Follow the instructions in Chapter 4 to retrieve the file from ftp.rs.internic.net. Be sure the name matches the one in the boot file’s cache directive. If you went through the name conversion process (step two), the file should be called cache.dns.

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