Dynamic Update and Secure Dynamic Update

Windows 2000 supports both dynamic update, defined in RFC 2136, and secure dynamic update, defined in the IETF Internet-Draft “GSS Algorithm for TSIG (GSS-TSIG).”

With dynamic update, clients can automatically send updates to the name server that is authoritative for the record they want to change. The authoritative name server then checks to make sure that certain prerequisites have been met. Prerequisites are resource records that must be present or absent before records can be updated. For more information about prerequisites, see “Introduction to DNS” in this book. If the prerequisites have been met, the authoritative name server makes the change. The change can be adding records, deleting records, ...

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