The Domain Name System, or DNS, is a critical service on Windows networks–Active Directory won’t work without it and a host of other network functions need it. A while back, TechRepublic blogger Rick Vanover put together a list of DNS configuration mistakes that IT pros should avoid. It was so popular, that he followed up with a list of five tips to prevent DNS problems on Windows networks. In this week’s TR Dojo episode, I explore Rick’s five tips.

For those who prefer text to video, click the View Transcript link below the video player window or check out Rick Vanovers’ article, “Five tips to prevent DNS issues on Windows systems,” on which this video is based. And more more DNS and Windows networking tips, check out the following resources:

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