Windows SERVER 2003 DNS

I am installing a new server in a remote site. This new server will be a DHCP, DNS and DC and I will configure it as a seprate Site in AD sITES AND sERVICES.

How will will i make this a DNS SERVER ?

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Bring the server to the remote site and join it to the existing domain. Once a member server promote to a DC... Then install DNS. At this point you can not install and configure DHCP. Once this is all said and done you can go back and configure sites and services accordingly.

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Sorry... in this sentence "At this point you can not install and configure DHCP" not should read NOW.
adam_kan2000Author Commented:
My Plan was to install the server in the Head Office make it a DC and then when i goto the remote site then change the settings in the AD SITES AND SERVICES.......IS THIS NOT OK ?

Also as ther is already a DNS IN THE HEAD OFFICE IF I RUN DC PROMO will it effect the DNS IN THE HQ...

ALSO WHAT INFO do ineed to make it into a DNS......I.E. ANY SPECIFIC SETTINGS ?

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