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					 Configuring Name
    Resolution and
Additional Services
              Lesson 12
Technology Skill     Objective Domain           Objective #
Creating DNS zones   Configure zones            1.1

Creating DNS zones   Configure DNS server       1.2
                     setting
Creating DNS zones   Configure zone transfers   1.3
                     and replication




Skills Matrix
Technology Skill         Objective Domain       Objective #
Configuring Additional   Configure Active       3.2
Services                 Directory Rights
                         Management Service
                         (AD RMS)
Configuring Additional   Configure Active       3.4
Services                 Directory Federation
                         Services (ADFS)




Skills Matrix
Understanding Name Resolution
    Host file
         IP address
         Host name
         Comments




Lesson 12
Introducing Domain Name
System (DNS)
    DNS namespace
    DNS servers
    Resolvers
    Resource record
    Start of Authority (SOA)




Lesson 12
Introducing Domain Name
System (DNS) (cont.)
    Name server (NS)
    Host (A)
    Host (AAAA)
    Alias Canonical Name (CNAME)
    Host information (HINFO)




Lesson 12
Introducing Domain Name
System (DNS) (cont.)
    Mailer Exchange (MX)
    Pointer (PTR)
    Service record (SRV)




Lesson 12
Understanding DNS Referrals
and Queries
    Recursive queries
    Iterative queries




Lesson 12
Creating DNS Server Zones
    Primary zone
    Secondary zone
    Stub zone




Lesson 12
Configuring a Standard DNS
    Click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then
     click DNS.
    Click the plus sign (+) next to the <server
     name> node, and then click the plus sign (+)
     next to Forward Lookup Zones.
    Right-click Forward Lookup Zones, and click New
     Zone.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Standard DNS (cont.)
    Click Next.
    Create a primary zone.
         Select Primary Zone, and click Next.
         Key the name of the zone, such as
          adatum.com, and click Next.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Standard DNS (cont.)
      Select the Create A New File With This File
       Name radio button, and click Next.
      Select the Do Not Allow Dynamic Updates
       radio button, and click Next.
      Click Finish to create the standard primary
       zone.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Standard DNS (cont.)
    Create a secondary zone.
         Select Secondary Zone, and click Next.
         Key the name of the zone, such as
          adatum.com, and click Next.
         Enter the FQDN or IP address of a server that
          hosts the primary zone, and press Enter.
         Click Next, and then click Finish.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Standard DNS (cont.)
    Create a stub zone:
         Select Stub Zone, and click Next.
         Key the name of the zone, such as
          adatum.com, and click Next.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Standard DNS (cont.)
    Select the Create A New File With This File Name
     radio button, and click Next.
    Enter the FQDN or IP address of a server that
     hosts the primary zone, and press Enter.
    Click Next, and then click Finish.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Custom Application
Directory Partition
    Open a Windows command prompt.
    Key ntdsutil, and press Enter.
    Key partition management, and press Enter.
    Key connections, and press Enter.
    Key connect to server localhost, and press
     Enter.




Lesson 12
Configuring a Custom Application
Directory Partition (cont.)
    Key q, and press Enter.
    To create an application data partition called
     test, key create NC dc=test NULL, and press
     Enter.
    Key quit, and press Enter.
    Key quit, and press Enter.




Lesson 12
Configuring DNS Client Settings
Manually
    Click Start, and select Server Manager.
    In the Computer Information section, click View
     Network Connections.
    Right-click the Local Area Connection icon, and
     click Properties.
    Select the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IP
     v4) protocol, and click Properties.




Lesson 12
Configuring DNS Client Settings
Manually (cont.)
    To manually specify one or more DNS servers,
     select the Use The Following DNS Server
     Addresses radio button.
    In the Preferred DNS Server field, key the IP
     address of the DNS server that should be
     contacted first for DNS name resolution.




Lesson 12
Configuring DNS Client Settings
Manually (cont.)
    In the Alternate DNS Server field, key the IP
     address of the DNS server that should be
     contacted if the preferred DNS server is not
     available.
    Click OK, and then click Close.




Lesson 12
Configuring DNS/WINS
Integration
    Click Start, click Administrative Tools, and then
     click DNS.
    Expand the DNS MMC console to full screen, if
     necessary.
    Click the plus sign (+) next to the <server
     name> node.




Lesson 12
Configuring DNS/WINS
Integration (cont.)
    Expand the Forward Lookup Zones node, and
     then expand the zone that you wish to
     configure.
    Right-click the zone that you wish to configure,
     and select Properties.
    Click the WINS tab.




Lesson 12
Configuring DNS/WINS
Integration (cont.)
    Place a checkmark next to Use WINS Forward
     Lookup.
    Key the IP address of each WINS server, and
     click Add.
    If you have any non-Windows DNS servers,
     place a checkmark next to Do Not Replicate This
     Record.
    Click OK to save your changes.



Lesson 12
You Learned
    The Domain Name System (DNS) provides the
     default name resolution mechanism for Active
     Directory, the Internet, and the majority of
     modern TCP/IP networks.
    Windows operating systems prior to Windows
     2000 used NetBIOS names to identify the
     computers on the network.




Lesson 12
You Learned (cont.)
    The resource record is the fundamental data
     storage unit in all DNS servers.
    The DNS Server service in Windows Server
     2008 supports both standard and Active
     Directory–integrated DNS zones.
    DNS root name servers are the highest-level
     DNS servers in the entire namespace.




Lesson 12
You Learned (cont.)
  You can divide a DNS namespace into zones to
   store them on different servers and to delegate
   their administration to different people.
  Windows Server 2008 supports primary zones,
   secondary zones, and stub zones. Primary and
   stub zones can be integrated into Active
   Directory.




Lesson 12
You Learned (cont.)
  You can use DHCP to streamline the process of
   assigning DNS servers to your clients to use for
   name resolution.
  Active Directory Rights Management Service
   (AD RMS) is a Windows Server 2008 service
   that you can use to protect sensitive data on a
   Windows network.




Lesson 12
You Learned (cont.)
  The Active Directory Federation Services (AD
   FS) role allows administrators to configure
   Single Sign-On (SSO) for Web-based
   applications across multiple organizations.




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