2.9. Review Questions

  1. You are the network administrator for a large sales organization with four distinct regional offices situated in different areas of the United States. Your Windows Server 2008 computers are all in place, and you have almost finished migrating all the workstations to XP Professional and Vista. Your next step is to implement a single Active Directory tree, but you want to put your DNS infrastructure in place before you start building your tree. Because DNS is a critical component for the proper functioning of Active Directory, you want to make sure that each region will have service for local resources as well as good performance. What should you do to realize these requirements?

    1. Install a single DNS server at your location ...

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