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How would i setup my new win2000 server & active directory you use an existing Unix DNS server?

Windows wants to set itself up a DNS server, but this is unacceptable.
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you need srv records on your Unix DNS and DDNS for your ease.

every doku you need for you scenario you will find here:

Integrating Your Active Directory Namespace Into an Existing DNS Infrastructure With Name Overlap

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/reskit/deploymentscenarios/default.asp

Integration in Unix DNS ist explaned very well.
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-Windows 2000 DNS server is not mandatory.  
-You can use any DNS server that supports the SRV record and also, hopefully, supports the dynamic update protocol.  
-Are you using bind 8.1.2, which supports the SRV record and the dynamic update protocol or bind 4.9.7, which supports the SRV record only ?
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