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Delegating a DNS zone

By pete.zerger ·
I have a DNS server called. ns.test.com
I want to create a 3rd level domain called
projects.test.com, and delegate authority of that zone to a DNS server called ns2. I know how to delegate authority of a zone in Windows 2000, but how can I do that in Windows NT Server 4.0?

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by mikeheitz In reply to Delegating a DNS zone

I found the following article on support.microsoft.com. It basically runs through how to setup DNS zones on NT 4.0. Not sure if it helps, but I hope so:

http://support.microsoft.com/support/kb/articles/Q181/6/00.ASP?LN=EN-US&SD=gn&FR=0

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by pete.zerger In reply to Delegating a DNS zone

I know how to set up a zone, I wanted to delegate control of a zone of 3rd level domain to another server. Thanks anyway

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by guy In reply to Delegating a DNS zone

I am sure if you figured it out in Windows 2000, you will find it o.k. in NT 4.0.
Go to the DNS Manger in the Administrative Tools. Right click the server, new zone, primary zone, tab, finish.
The other point is to add the zone names in the TCP/IP properties, DNS tab.

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by pete.zerger In reply to Delegating a DNS zone

I know how to set up a zone, I wanted to delegate control of a zone of 3rd level domain to another server. Thanks anyway

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