Moving DNS to a member server

I am trying to find information on how to move DNS from a DC to a member server. We are AD Integrated. Am I going to be able to do this without alot of issues??
Thanks.
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mattconroyCommented:
If you are using AD Integrated Zones just add DNS to the member Server and you are halfway complete. Next you need to point all computers and/ or reconfigure DHCP to point to the new DNS Server. You can then remove DNS from the DC.
Darius GhassemCommented:
You can move DNS over to another server but I would consider not doing this since the zone can not be AD integrated unless the server is a DC. You can create a secondary zone on the member server but these are not editable zones
CITNetworkAuthor Commented:
We decided to stick with the AD integrated zones so I put DNS on a DC and it is working great. Thanks for the help.
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CITNetworkAuthor Commented:
Help us decide to leave it on a DC
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