Scott, Casey Casey.Scott at
Tue Nov 28 00:35:54 UTC 2006

In my experience, the best solution for this is make the MS DNS servers primary for the zone, use MS for DHCP, and use BIND to slave the zone. It's MUCH easier to allow the Windows domain controllers direct access to the zone.

In the long run, you'll be much happier. 

> -----Original Message-----
> From: bind-users-bounce at 
> [mailto:bind-users-bounce at] On Behalf Of Jarek Bucznski
> Sent: Monday, November 27, 2006 4:25 PM
> To: bind-users at
> Subject: RE: BIND and MS DNS
> Hello
> I wrote about the same problem few months ago. Unfortunately 
> I didn't resolve it. Could anybody look at below link and 
> tell me what I've made wrong, please.
> "active directory, bind9, windows dns - TOGETHER" 
> thread/thread/
> 7aaa22fdf3e70e8a/4fe149988f518680?lnk=st&q=bind
> --
> Best Regards

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