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adding windows 2003 2nd dc to sbs domain

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I have just created a test environment in which I have just added windows 2003 server to sbs domain, I have promoted the 2003 server as a DC but It hasnt installed DNS, how do I configure DNS?

In the live environment my 2003 and sbs domain are going to be connected via vpn.
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Control panel -> Add/Remove programs -> Add/Remove Windows Components
Scroll down to Networking Services and click Details. Check DNS and DHCP from the list and carry on, it will install when you click OK.
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