All About Windows 2000 DNS, Sites, and Replication

DNS is the core name resolution system for Windows 2000, which is a refreshing change from the WINS days of yore. However, this means that DNS must be setup and working properly for your Windows 2000 Pro clients to login, replication to occur, and the sites to work properly (that is, each client logs into a DC in its site. This depends on sites being correctly specified and setup in AD and DNS.) First I’ll describe how to setup a basic DNS system, then deal with some specific issues.



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