DNS update via dhcp and static entries
TomSchmitt at gmx.de
Fri Oct 8 08:37:42 UTC 2004
> >>My Windows Server 2003 has a static IP, but AD requires it to DDNS.
> I'm just pointing out there is case where static IP
> wants to do DDNS. There are lots of entries that AD needs to associate
> with in DNS.
You can override this behaviour of the Win2003-Server in the registrie, so
he will stop to write his own static DNS-entry every two(?) hours.
The Service-Entries for the AD are something completly different. My
suggestion is, to create subdomains (_mscds, _sites, _udt and _tcp) for
which you give the Win2003-Server write-permission.
Unfortunately Windows cannot do TSIG (M$ implemented GSS-TSIG so its
incompatible to all non MS-Server) so you have to use the IP-Adress of the
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