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how to upgrade/configure microsoft dns to bind 8.2.3 on windows 2003/2008 & 2008R2

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Hello,

I have been asked by our hospital security group, to patch some vulnerabilities on my AD integrated DNS servers.   These include Bind vulnerabilities that exist prior to version 8.2.3.  Our 2008/R2 are currently running version 6.2.   Any idea how to upgrade or configure to 8.2.3?  i have searched everywhere on the net including EE, but no such luck.    Bueller? Anyone?

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thx, security group is ok with current bind on msoft, as long as patches are up to date.  
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not clear if upgrade is for bind on AD integrated DNS on 2008.   also security group is ok, with not upgrading, since on msoft platform.
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