Case For Microsoft DNS v. BIND 9 - Or Best Practices ForCoexisting
mayer at gis.net
Mon Feb 9 01:32:24 UTC 2009
Vinny Abello wrote:
>> 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.
> And they can if the administrator mistakenly allows unsecure dynamic updates.
Registration of the system in ADS has nothing to do with dynamic updates
of the DNS records.
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