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I have two DCs running Windows 2000 (AD, DNS & WINS).  In the IP configuration for the two servers should I point the primary DNS server to itself or the other DC?
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Hi GPScribner,

to itself and have forwarders setup to external dns servers.

Hope This helps
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It is customary to have one point to itself and then the other point to it and outside for the secondary DNS server.
DNS 'island' problem has to be avoided....

see: http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;275278

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