How do I… Install and configure a DNS server in Windows Server 2008?

As many of you are probably aware, DNS is now the name resolution system of choice in Windows. Without it, computers would have a very tough time communicating with each other. However, most Windows administrators still rely on WINS for name resolution on local area networks and some have little or no experience with DNS. If you fall into this category, read on. We’ll explain how to install, configure, and troubleshoot a Windows Server 2008 DNS server.

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