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Hw to import DNS records fron UNIX DNS (BIND) to 2000 DNS AD

Posted on 2004-11-23
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Last Modified: 2006-11-17
How to import DNS records fron UNIX DNS (BIND) to 2000 DNS AD.

Does somebody have script sample that I could use?
Question by:cogit
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Out of curiosity, have you tried creating a secondary zone on the 2000 DNS?  You should be able to enable Zone transfers from the UNIX DNS server to the Windows 2000 DNS server.  Whenever you are ready to leave the BIND server (after having clients re-home their DNS Server Search order to the new system) you would then make the secondary zone a primary zone or flip it to be an Active Directory Integrated zone.

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Please see the following link, while it is written for Windows 2003, it will also work with W2k:



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