Chapter 10. DNS and Active Directory
This chapter covers the following Microsoft-specified objectives for the Designing a Microsoft Windows 2000 Directory Services Infrastructure exam:
Design an Active Directory naming strategy.
Establish the scope of the Active Directory.
Design the namespace.
Plan DNS strategy.
DNS is the foundation of Active Directory. You use DNS to create a namespace, which typically defines the scope of Active Directory services—although scope can be much bigger than a single namespace.
Design the placement of DNS servers.
Considerations include performance, fault tolerance, functionality, and manageability.
Plan for interoperability with the existing DNS.
This objective focuses on the use and proper placement of DNS servers ...