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    Hello to all,
    I just register a domain "example.com" to do some testing for start; i created my own public dns servers win2k3 (two servers), one has a primary dns zone, and the other one has a secondary dns zone for backup (replication working perfectly); my question is ...is there a posibility to integrate those zones in AD, to be more secure and for replication purpose (not that is much of a traffic right now). I know how to implement AD but i don't know how to implement it on the second server, or...on the second server i create another AD forest (but then theoretically I would have two separate domains that share the same name) ; if somewone can clear this for me.

    thanks

  • #2
    Re: Active Directory public DNS

    So, what you want is to integrate DNS with active directory, go to DNS server and select "DNS Type: Active Directory Integrated". For the second AD, run dcpromo process and join the server to an existing forest, the replication will work with no problem.

    You can read This:

    http://www.petri.com/how_to_install_...ndows_2003.htm

    Regards
    Kevin

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    • #3
      Re: Active Directory public DNS

      yes I knew that, but than i need vpn connection between locations, and I don't want to complicate things like this; I will try on vmware enviroment to see how it works...

      thanks anyway

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      • #4
        Re: Active Directory public DNS

        So just create a Dialup vpn between sites. I fyou need any help i can help you.

        Regards
        Kevin

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        • #5
          Re: Active Directory public DNS

          Why do you want to host your own Public DNS environment?
          Marcel
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