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How do you setup DNS on server 2003 if you have a DNS Bind server already

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Our school is in a large University environment that uses DNS Bind.  It doesn't support updates.  We want to use a non authoritative DNS for our subnet so Active Directory will work faster with local replication. Is there a way to do this?
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When you opt to install AD, elect to install AD integrated DNS and then use a fowarder to point to the BIND server.
http://www.petri.co.il/configure_dns_forwarding.htm
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> We want to use a non authoritative DNS

You will have to be authoritative for the DNS domain used by AD if you want that to be any use. I take it that doesn't conflict with the zones stored on BIND?

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