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Exchange 2010 installing DNS services as secondary?

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I have exchange 2010 installed on a seperate server ( not a DC)

Does it make sense to install DNS as a secondary zone on the exchange server or just let it use the DC where the primary DNS is running.

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i can't see any benefit in having DNS running on exchange so, unless you have your own reasons, let it use the DNS on the DC
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