Task 8: Migrate DNS

DNS enables computers on a network to translate the names of remote computers into Internet Protocol (IP) addresses. Windows networks rely on DNS to enable clients to locate network resources.

To ensure optimal performance and reliability from your server environment, and to ensure that Windows EBS functions properly, you need to migrate DNS to the Windows EBS servers as soon as EBS server installation is complete. The actual steps you need to take depend on the nature of your preexisting DNS server configuration at the time you ran the Windows EBS Preparation Wizard. You can expect this task to take about one hour.

If when you ran the Windows EBS Preparation Wizard the local zone on your preexisting DNS server was configured ...

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