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A second DNS in a  2000 AD Domain

Posted on 2004-03-25
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I would to create a secondary DNS in a 2000 AD Domain environment and would like it on a dc using dhcp.

How would I go about this?  where would this DC DNS point to in My network places, the Primary or secondary?
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This will work with 2000 ?
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Yep..  you should not have any trouble with this, but if you do, come on back in and we can help you work through it..

And thanks..

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