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On our win2k3 DNS server, we see our domain workstation being shown under our domain.   Can someone please remind me if DDNS is enabled by default?  And where do I go and check this setting?

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right click on your forward lookup zone.
secure dynamic dns updates is the default, if the zone is an active directory integrated zone.
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Thanks again.
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