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How do I configure two or more hierarchical sub-domains in Windows Server 2003 DNS management?

E.g. I have a domain and I want to create a subdomain configuration like:
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If its just DNS, you should be able to simple create a new ZONE under for '' and build out a tree like that.

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From the dnsmgmt tool I could not see how to add a ZONE. What I did do that worked was to add a new Host Record (A) and in the name field of the dialog box that pops up I entered This automatically created a folder called sub2 with a sub1 host record in it. – User Jul 9 '10 at 22:58
That works as well, just replace "folder" with "zone" and we are doing the same thing:) Glad it worked. – Taylor Jul 9 '10 at 23:45

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