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This article explains about using DNS Server in production environment.
The DNS which ships with Windows 2000/2003 server. The built-in application or component services of Microsoft are best to use in Production Environment. There are couple of benefits using Microsoft DNS Server.
Using Microsoft DNS gives the following benefits:
If you implement networks that require secure updates.
If you want to take benefit of Active Directory replication.
If you want to integrate DHCP with DNS for Low-level clients to register their Host records in Zone database.
Microsoft support for DNS is better.
Have a look at these articles:
Active Directory design consideration:
DNS and Active Directory:
Securing DNS by design:
Frequently asked questions about DNS
Article ID: 555993 - Last Review: September 21, 2007 - Revision: 1.0
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