I have to address the status of DNSSEC in the context of a network.  
Now, this is a pretty simple network.
The only "DNS servers" are pass-though with perhaps a cache that's essentially transparent to *me*.
The ultimate source of DNS is our ISP who, I presume, has to have some concern for DNSSEC (so I've asked them).

In the mean time, how do I address DNSSEC for a simple network?
What if some of our computers have hard-entered DNS server addresses like  Does that matter in the context of DNSSEC?
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What DNS server are you running?
Fred MarshallPrincipalAuthor Commented:
No DNS servers as such.  That's why I said "DNS servers" in parentheses and added "pass-through" as a qualifier.  Of course, one has to be careful using the word "server".  It can mean a lot of things.  Certainly there's no Windows Server.  This is a peer-to peer network.
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
since you don't have a dns server onsite you have absolutely no control re DNSSEC and it is a non-issue.
DNSSEC is used for DNS Zone Transfers within a domain. This is something entirely out of your control or need for.

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