Configuring DNS Client Computer Settings
In the typical business network, client computers obtain settings required for resolving network names through DHCP or by means of membership in an AD DS domain. However, if you have any computers that are configured with static TCP/IP settings or standalone computers that are not members of a domain, it is necessary to configure DNS settings manually through the Advanced TCP/IP Settings dialog box. This section looks at the various settings you must be familiar with, both for the 70-642 exam and the real world.
Specifying DNS Server Lists
For efficient name resolution purposes, DNS clients require a prioritized list of DNS name servers. This list determines which DNS servers are contacted ...