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comment Does the Global Catalog Server have to be in the same subnet as the Exchange server?
I have two DCs. I'm just getting rid of one of them. The other is Global Catalog DC but it is in another subnet, same domain though, so I wasn't sure.
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asked Does the Global Catalog Server have to be in the same subnet as the Exchange server?
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
No. One domain. I am just going to promote my member server to a DC. It will configure the DNS for me on the new DC from the First DC in the Forest, which is what I meant by the Forest Root Domain Controller.
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
I believe you and do appreciate help. I was getting my terminology from places like this technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc739460(v=ws.10).aspx
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
a forest root in the context of my question is most definitely a forest root domain controller.
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
This thing is slap full but I will look.
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
Primary is a DNS term. DC is the domain controller. The forest root holds our AD integrated DNS.
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
@MDMarra Yes. I am.
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
see edit and you'll know why.
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
I do not understand. How do I get the DNS records into my new primary server that will eventually be a DC and then later the root?
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comment In Windows 2000 Server SP4 Rollup 1, does a Primary DNS zone automatically get a copy of the master DNS records?
How do I get my DNS records on that new primary so it can be used for DNS? I don't want it to be the forest root yet, but eventually will, and eventually be AD integrated. I need to get those DNS records on my new primary and leave the old root intact, then promote the new server to a DC. Thanks for help.
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