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I'd like to create an entry in Windows 2000 DNS that would point to a NT4 domain name.  Is ther a way to accomplish this?  Any help much appreciated.
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Install DNS on your NY4 Domain and then have Windows 2000 use it as a secondary zone.
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That's what I did, but I think I'm missing something.  When I try to ping my NT4 domain by its name (dom1), it doens't resolve.  I tried it as DOM1.COM and I can ping the domain.
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If you want to ping by NetBIOS name  (in this case dom1) you need to use WINS or LMHOSTS.

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WINS is a good idea, but that doesn't solve adding a DNS entry now does it? What about creating two one way trusts between both domains? Also, you might have to manually add an SRV record for the NT4 PDC.
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Exacttly.  That's the point at which I am.  The SRV record is what I seem to miss.  The only this I don't know about is what I should type as parameters for the SRV record.  Could you elaborate please?  Basically, what do I enter as service and protocol when creating the SRV record?  Also, do I enter this SRV record under a secondary zone for the NT4 domain on my Win2k DNS?  I think that should resolve my issue definitely.
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