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We are running windows 2000 server domain.  Can we have more than one DNS servers running in our network?.  Will it cause any problem as we already have one DNS running.
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One DNS period, for production. But make a secondary and, if large support, a tertiary as well - for backup.

For problems, just think of the support that would be required.  All it is, is a lookup table required to find servers by name, and that is not something that will change, outside of very special circumstance.
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Thanks SunBow
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You are most welcome.
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