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Configuring Windows Server 2003 DNS on existing DNS Infrastructure. There is a simple step by step procedure to install. This article will tells you how to configure a new Windows Server 2003 Domain Name Services (DNS) server in an existing DNS server environment.
Windows Server 2003 has many features and now I am sharing one of common feature that how to configure DNS on Windows Server 2003. Here is the step by step detailed procedure of how to configure windows server 2003 DNS.
Configure DNS Forwarding: We discussed the concept of forwarding briefly earlier. When a DNS server is configured as a forwarder, it attempts to reconcile the resolution request from its cache and zone files. If it fails to do so, it then forwards the request to designated name server by sending a recursive query to it. The forwarder then does the iterative queries necessary to resolve the request,
Troubleshoot print queues Normally, when we're talking about printers, we mean the piece of hardware that produces printed copy. In the Windows world, the printer is a software interface between the physical printing device and the Windows operating system. Therefore, before you can access your physical print device, you must first configure a printer
The Server Environment Introduction: Let’s be honest. When it comes to monitoring servers, you either love it or you view it with all the enthusiasm of a visit to the dentist. If you fall into the second category, as I do, you pray that you work with someone who falls into the first category.
Nbtstat.exe NetBIOS over TCP/IP resolves NetBIOS names to IP addresses. TCP/IP provides many choices for NetBIOS name resolution, including local cache lookup, WINS server query, broadcast, DNS server query and LMHOSTS and HOSTS lookup. Nbtstat.exe is a handy tool for troubleshooting NetBIOS name resolution problems. You can use the Nbtstat.exe command to eliminate or amend preloaded entries.
NET VIEW You are also able to test connections by using the NET VIEW command. To do this you will also start at the command prompt. Click Start, click Run, type cmd in the Open box and then press Enter. At the command prompt, type net view \\ComputerName, and then press Enter, where ComputerName is the NETBIOS name of the computer that you want to connect to. A list of the file and print shares on that computer is produced by creating a temporary NetBIOS connection.
Check this out top 26 Maintaining a Network Infrastructure Review Questions and answers on Windows Server 2003.
You need to decide whether or not you are using Private or Public IP addressing schemes within your network. There are five different types of IP Classes that are used for address ranges. Three of these addresses are used for TCP/IP assignment and they are A, B and C. The other two address classes D and E are not used for IP address assignment. , Host and Number of hosts supported.
Make certain you have DHCP installed before you begin this next section. DHCP Server can be installed by clicking on Start | Control Panel | Add/Remove Programs | Add/Remove Windows Components | Networking Services | Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol