iain_johnstone at agilent.com
Wed Mar 21 13:56:21 UTC 2001
Thanks for your giving us your experiences.
What do use for DHCP and is this updating DNS or only WINS (if your running
in mixed mode)?
From: tmaestas at dnsconsultants.com [mailto:tmaestas at dnsconsultants.com]
Sent: 20 March 2001 18:29
To: JOHNSTONE,IAIN (A-Scotland,ex1)
Cc: bind-users at isc.org
Subject: Re: Windows 2000
My windows2000 environment runs BIND *only*. We only allow
win2k domain controllers to dynamically update DNS. Our AD
root is company.com. We created _msdcs.company.com, _sites.
company.com, _tcp.company.com and _udp.company.com. These
four zones allow dynamic updates from the domain controllers.
The DC's are not allowed to update the root. NO win2k
workstations are allowed to update DNS. This is handled by
our DHCP servers. My experience? Everything works.
On Tue, 20 Mar 2001, JOHNSTONE,IAIN (A-Scotland,ex1) wrote:
> Do any of you have any experiences of allowing Windows 2000 to run in your
> BIND environments that you would like to share? In particular I'm looking
> for your experience of M$ clients running DDNS and Windows domains
> your namespace.
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