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DNS for Home Lab

By motleykrue ·
Can some please advise ho i can setup DNS for my home lab ?. I want to run two W2K servers and would like to be able use DNS, The lab will not have any internet connection.
Any advice will be greatly appreciated..
Thanks..

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by AirHockeyNinja In reply to DNS for Home Lab

Ok here we go;
1. Open control panel
2. open add/remove programs
3. select add/remove windows components
4. find network components, do not check this box, just click the component and click details, find DNS, and check that box.
5. now select install.
6. Go here, read this http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;Q300202&sd=tech

Good Luck!
Joe

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by colin In reply to DNS for Home Lab

Add DNS as above:

In the DNS manager add your forward and reverse lookup zones eg ad.home.com and 192.168.0.x. Just right click and choose new zone, follow the wizard!

Once this is done run adpromo from the run command. Follow through but tellit you will set the dns up manually.

Once this is done, reboot and change the zones to active directory integrated, reboot.

Now in the dns manager enable forwarders and add your isps dns servers....

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