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Danny Mayer mayer at
Tue Dec 8 03:33:48 UTC 2009

jefsey wrote:
> At 06:36 06/12/2009, Danny Mayer wrote:
>> JFC Morfin wrote:
>> > I wish to set-up my BIND DNS server on window XP as a service. I
>> checked
>> > the "automatic start-up". Unfortunately it did not work. The readme1st
>> > guide only says that the way to do it is as usual, what does not
>> help me
>> > since I never did it. When I try using mmc there is no way I find to
>> > declare named as a service.
>> >
>> > Would there be a dedicated Windows/BIND internet user oriented site
>> > which explains how to install BIND on windows?
>> Did you actually read the readme? Did you run BINDInstall? Did you
>> create an named.conf file? Did you check your application event log?
> Dear Danny,
> My questions were basic questions of a basic user, i.e. what I either to
> answer or to solve for him, as part of a complete support of IDNA. I
> therefore understand that BINDInstall is the tool to start from, i.e.
> study and extend as per the new requirements I may perceive. And that a
> dedicated (IDNA/)BIND(/Windows) support solution is to be explored if it
> appears necessary, none existing yet.
> Best.
> jfc

No, BINDInstall is just an install tool. You need to start with
readme1st.txt, named.conf and the ARM, the same as Unix.


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