Setup of DNS server Active Directory Domain

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What will I do first if I wanted to setup a DNS server Active Directory domain, should I install the DNS service first and name the zone ‘name.org’? Can I use the ‘name.org’ in the AD domain?

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Setup of DNS server Active Directory Domain

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You can install and configure DNS before installing Active Directory (AD), or let the AD installation Wizard itself install it on your server.

It is preferable to use DNS zone and Active Directory name same, so use can use ‘name.org’ in AD domain.

·         Domain controller will neither create nor join Active Directory domain without a valid DNS name.

·         Active Directory can be installed with the dcpromo command

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Setup of DNS server Active Directory Domain

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Hellow Olivia Green!!

I am telling you how to setup DNS server .

To configure DNS server you have to follow the procedure:

  • In the control Panel,Double Click the Administrative Tools,then open DNS.
  • Right click the name of server and then select "Configure the server" from popup menu.
  • Now you can setup the DNS server
  • If Active Directory has already been installed,then integrate the zone with Active Directory.

If you have an Active Directory Domain ,you should configure the DNS Server as follows:

  • Make Sure that you have a forward lookup zone that is authoritative for the resource records registered by Netlogon.
  • Configure the forward lookup zone to enable dynamic update.
  • Unless this DNS server is a root DNS server ,from the parent server,delegate the forward lookup zone to this server.

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Shifflet Laurel

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