Windows Server network adapter DNS server settings
We are running a simple network with a few workstations.
Instead of letting the router assign an IP address to our server, I want to assign it a static IP address of 192.168.1.10.
If I go into the network adapter settings, i can assign the IP address - no problem. But I'm a little fuzzy as to what to put in for "Use the following DNS server addresses". What's the best practice policy for this?
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