Chapter 6 The Windows Server 2003 DNS Server

Installing and Configuring the Windows Server 2003 DNS Server

1. Your company has been planning a migration from their Windows NT 4.0 domain to a new Windows Server 2003 domain for over a year. You have a corporate office in Charleston, SC and 15 satellite branches spread out over the east coast. In each branch, you are currently running a Windows NT 4.0 domain controller that is also functioning as a DNS, WINS, and DHCP server. In the corporate office you have three domain controllers and two member servers. The member servers in corporate are running WINS, DHCP, and DNS. The WINS servers at each branch are configured in a hub and spoke replication model with corporate. All branch DNS servers pull a ...

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