Case For Microsoft DNS v. BIND 9 - Or Best Practices ForCoexisting
mayer at gis.net
Sat Feb 7 23:00:45 UTC 2009
Baird, Josh wrote:
> Actually, yes, if you have dynamic DNS registration enabled on the
client/host and server, an 'A' record will automatically be created in
the AD zone.
It needs to be registered in the domain first. Otherwise any system
could mascarade as another system.
> From: bind-users-bounces at lists.isc.org on behalf of Danny Mayer
> Sent: Sat 2/7/2009 2:29 PM
> To: wiskbroom at hotmail.com
> Cc: bind-users at lists.isc.org
> Subject: Re: Case For Microsoft DNS v. BIND 9 - Or Best Practices ForCoexisting
> wiskbroom at hotmail.com wrote:
>> The case the windows team made was ease of adding entries, you simply
>> add into the MMC, or even easier, when you join a host into a domain, it
>> adds itself.
> This is not even true. To add a host to a domain you have to register it
> manually, either by going into ADS and adding it or a Domain
> Adminstrator has to enter it on the machine using his/her adminstrator
> password. There's nothing automatic about this.
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