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Any website that has visual pictures of configring DNS forward and reverse lookup.

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Hi,

Any website that has visual pictures of configring DNS forward and reverse lookup.I need to do this on a fresh domain controller.

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Sharath
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by:Jeff Perry
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http://download.webhostautomation.net/MicrosoftDNS/docs/Microsoft%20DNS%20Install%20+%20Configuration%20Guide.pdf

Guide for DNS set up with pictures. Though this is for setting up something completely different.
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Go to:

portforward.com

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trhadmin

I need to setup DNS for  a ADS environment

bmosquea
In this website there is no details on setting DNS
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Setting DNS - Could you please explain?
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by:bsharath
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Yes Chandru...
Any goo websites which shows how to configure DNS on a NEW NETWORK
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I think you were looking for something like this

http://www.simongibson.com/intranet/dns2003/
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Sharath,

I hope you had some issue with AD yesterday. I could see lots of questions.
Hope everything is fine now
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cheers
Chandru
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by:chandru_sol
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Wheh you promoted this domian controller you didn't carry out the DNS configuration
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by:bsharath
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Yes Chandru everything is fine now...
I did a miustake by installing the beta version of exchnage 2003 which does not support for upgrading to 2007.This is a test environment which i am setting to check the upgrade of exc 2003 to 2007 which is something alike to my development domain.
But again i need to start from scrach.
Hopefully i dont get stuck again on monday when i am setting it up.If i get stuck then again lots of posts on the issue on EE would be see for experts help....

:-)
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I will look at your post and will see if i can help

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Thanks...
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