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As a best practice, you should be running AD DS and AD-Integrated DNS zones (ADI zones) on the same server. This is because the DNS records in ADI zones are replicated using AD DS replication and are stored in the directory, rather than using things like a zone transfer to get records across multiple DNS servers. If you want to use ADI zones for your ...


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This is why you should standardise servers rather than craft them. If the process was well documented and you know what files need copying then it shouldn't take ages to set up again. Even if you restore a backup to the new server you are still going to need to track down everywhere IP addresses are specified. That won't be just eth0 it'll be where any of ...


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A lot depends on your actual usage, application stack and architecture, which makes answering your question almost as much a matter of opinion as technical fact. Geographical distance matters in latency, so moving your server closer to your principal users makes some sense, although in many use-cases employing a CDN might effectively achieve the same ...



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