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from NT DNS hostname editor to w2000?

Posted on 2003-12-11
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Hi,
   in NT i could include my own domain and hostnames through the NT DNS editor i can not find a correspond one into w2000. Anywhere i can lookup?

   Regards,
    Teo
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by:Casca1
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As in manually adding records?
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Yes
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Open your DNS tool, open your forward lookup zone, right click your domain name, and select whcihever record yoiu need to add. Note, there are some new record types... 8-)
Good Luck.
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by:ttsenis
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In my services i have a dns client i suppose this is the dns service. Although this service is running and my linux-proxy aknowledge the local dns i can not find the dns tool. In NT when you install the dns service a dns manager appears at the administrative tools. So the main problem is that i can not find the dns tool/manager. I dont know if i have an installation error (win2000 professional) or there is another way to install the dns manager.
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This is a DNS client? I'm sorry, I assumed from your question it was on 2K server.
For what you want, first open a command prompt, make sure your 2K pro can see the DNS server, then right click My network places, select properties, then right click the network icon. Scroll down, select TCP/IP, properties, then advanced. You should be able to add the DNS entries to the first properties page, but for the real guts of it, go into advanced. THere is a DNS tab, and you can set several options there.
Good luck.
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Thanks for the points and grade.
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