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child domain dns

i had create the child domain using the default dns setting,
how ever latter stage i had discover the performance is slow,
suspecting the dns is not configure properly,
as the dns setting at parent server and child server seem to empty,
is there any right procedure to follow to configure the proper child domain dns?
how come my child domain dns doesn't show the info of computer attach to that domain?
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In Windows 2000 or Windows 20003 DNS Server, you first create a delegated child zone in the Parent zone. When you do that you also tell the Parent zone the DNS server that will be authoratitive for the child zone. This can be the same server as is authoritative for the parent zone, or another one.

On the delegated server you then create a new Primary zone for the delegateed child zone.

You populate this child zone with records the same way you would any other primary zone.

It isn't done automatically for you.

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