Preparing Active Directory

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Uploaded on June 29, 2006 by Altriox Powered by YouTube

Setting up the Domain Name Prefix.
Installing DNS Service.
Configure Forward/Reverse Lookup.
Configures and Verify TCP/IP settings.

Domain Naming Prefix: Is the default domain name used when only the hostname is given. In order for Dynamic Domain Naming Server (DDNS) to work correctly, you must have the prefix preconfigured. By default, the prefix is not set.

Forward Lookup Zone: Used to resolve a FQDN (i.e. dc01.altriox.local) to an IP address (i.e. 192.168.1.5).

Reverse Lookup Zone: Used to resolve an IP address to FQDN, and is used for troubleshooting purposes.

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Active, Directory, DNS, Windows, 2003, Domain, Naming, System, How To

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