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DNS Scenario

By prettypumpkin1964 ·
I am working a two branch offices and have been tasked with where to place an Active-Directory Integrated DNS server and what type to use.
One of the branch offices is very small ( 5 users) and has very slow network connectivity. Do I need a DNS Server and, if so which type of zone should I host?
The second branch office is much larger ( about 30 users) and has better network connectivity. does this office need a DNS Server and, if so what type of zone would you recommend?
have to respond in detail with clarifying questions, recommendations and/or considerations

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HELP

by prettypumpkin1964 In reply to DNS Scenario

I am lost please someone help, im new to all of this

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DNS

by zz0733 In reply to DNS Scenario
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by prettypumpkin1964 In reply to DNS

why with just ok

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microsoft best practices

by CG IT In reply to DNS Scenario

low users good wan, probably don't need for one.
low users bad wan, probably need one
high users, probably need one, regardless of wan.

this is pretty basic stuff .....

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by pdqtechnology In reply to microsoft best practices

Is there going to be a VPN or MPLS between offices?

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to pdqtechnology

by prettypumpkin1964 In reply to DNS Scenario

its a scenario paper im writing that's all they gave me

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by Rob Kuhn In reply to to pdqtechnology

Just going off your original question, I'm going to go off the assumption that this is a private WAN using Windows Server 2003 in which case you should be able to get away with a "Active Directory-integrated zone" for the 30 user network and a "stub zone" for the 5 user network.

Basically your question is just to vague. :-)

HTH...

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just a scenario then use Microsoft Best Practices for Active Directory

by CG IT In reply to DNS Scenario

that is Active Directory Sites and Services

low users bad wan probably need one
low users good wan probably don't need one

if you want references, just visit microsoft Technet Designing Active Directory [sites and services] for best practices

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