Under network connections it is widely known that the ip address of the DNS server is suppose to match the ip address
found under TCP/IP properties.
example 192.168.0.6 is the tcp/ip address of the Server named Julius
The Preffered DNS tcp/ip server address is supposed to be 192.168.0.6 according to the liturature that we have read.
Where can i find other than network connections internet protocol TCP/IP properties what is supposed to be the tcp/ip information surrounding preferred DNS server tcp/ip setting ?.?.?.? for this server named Julius?
If we have more then one domain controller, then we have more then one prefferred DNS Server tcp/ip setting.
So for Domain controller 2 we have example 10.x.x.x which is the tcp/ip address of this server named Frank.
The prefferred DNS tcp/ip server address should match this servers tcp/ip settings found under the network connections 10.x.x.x.
The main question we are asking is what is supposed to be the correct DNS prefferred tcp/ip settings for both servers?
Are they supposed to be different as mentioned above or are they supposed to be the same. if the same then which tcp/ip address are we supposed to use.
And is that only after the server has been setup? or does it take the prefferred DNS tcp/ip settings when you join the domain with the second server?