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Using DNS Manager, part 1

The DNS Manager tool in Windows NT Server is used to manage Microsoft DNS servers as well as to view resource records and zones. The DNS Manager automatically creates four zones. A DNS zone is a partition of the DNS...

Using DNS Manager, part 2

Zone transfers can create unnecessary network and server loads. In the DNS Manager, you can control how often these transfers take place. Keep in mind that a zone transfer is nothing more than a file copy procedure. The entire contents,...

Adding a host record for a domain name

Want to be able to allow your users to get to your Web server without typing in the "www"? For example, if your domain name is company.com, you can configure http://www.company.com/ and http://company.com/ so that they'll both take users to...

When you create a DNS zone, the name of the logged-on user is automatically placed in the SOA record

Did you know that when you create a new zone file in DNS, you might inadvertently reveal the name of the administrator account? When you create a DNS zone, the name of the logged-on user is automatically placed in the...

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