We have a Windows network with all DNS servers running on Windows Server 2009 Domain Controllers.
When creating new DNS zones, it gives you the option to "Store the zone in Active Directory (available only if the DNS server is a domain controller)".
I am wondering what are the benefits of this? Does it use Active Directory replication to synchronize between DNS servers? Does it synchchronize faster?
Does anyone have any white papers on the benefits of using this option? I am having a hard time finding anything on the 'net, but it may just be that I'm overlooking it. A new set of eyes never hurts ;o)
Thanks in advance,