Windows Server 2012 Admin, Part 4 of 8: Managing DNS

with Chris Bell

Before you can have a full-service network, certain infrastructure components need to be in place. Domain Name System or DNS is one such component and it is used almost universally for name resolution. By installing, configuring and managing DNS on your Windows server 2012 network, enable that network to have full functionality. DNS naming locates computers and services through user-friendly names. Through this session we will install and configure a DNS server. We will also look at how to integrate active directory and DNS together and configure zone transfers, delegation, and conditional forwarding. We’ll finish up going over some security features and ways to monitor and troubleshoot your DNS installation.

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