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What services to shutdown on a stand alone dns server in DMZ?

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I am building a windows 2003 server that will reside in the DMZ and it's sole purpose is to resolve requests from an internal DNS.  It will not be in AD.  It will not be performing zone transfers.  What services should I shut off in order to harden the OS?
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