Using Linux as dns server for windows 2003

I have an idea to use ((Linux os)) as DNS server to help windows 2003 for handle the request
From windows client soo I need to know this is good idea or not

In case this idea is good can u give good scenarios to setup up this lab


 
khaled_mctAsked:
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bilbusConnect With a Mentor Commented:
If you have a windows server doing DNS, you are probaly doing a AD intergrated zone. I dont think BIND can do that, it would be fine to have BIND be a secondary zone but not a Ad intergrated zone.

I would not do this
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snewoCommented:

When you say "help", are you implying that you would have both Windows AND Linux DNS?  If so, I'm not sure that's a good idea.

If you're new to DNS or Linux then I'd go straight to the Windows solution.  Configuring the zones for AD in Linux requires a little skill.  If, on the other hand, your Linux and DNS skills are up to it then it can be done.  

Here is a good troubleshooting page:  http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/windows2000serv/technologies/activedirectory/maintain/opsguide/part1/adogd10.mspx


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khaled_mctAuthor Commented:
soo read the history of windows dns idea from where it taken.
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khaled_mctAuthor Commented:
good Answer :)
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