Primary, Secondary DNS zones to Active Directory Integrated

Discussion in 'DNS Server' started by screwie, May 19, 2005.

  1. screwie

    screwie Guest

    Hello,

    I would just like to ask if anyone has a link for a step-by-step on "how to
    transform a primary-secondary dns to AD integrated". Or if someone could just
    explain it to me.

    Thanks

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    screwie, May 19, 2005
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  2. screwie

    Gary Chang Guest

    Gary Chang, May 19, 2005
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    *Delete* any Secondary zones from DNS servers that are within the
    replication scope of Active Directory. Then change the Primary zone to AD
    integrated and the zone will replicate to all DNS servers within the
    replication scope of the AD zone.
    The replication scope for Win2k is to all DNS servers in the domain, the
    replication scope on Win2k3 can be to all domain controllers in the domain,
    All domain controllers in the forest, or all DNS servers in the forest.


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