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Configuring name resolution and additional services

Configuring Name Resolution and Additional Services

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Skills matrix

Skills Matrix


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Skills Matrix


Configuring name resolution and additional services

Understanding Name Resolution

  • Host file

    • IP address

    • Host name

    • Comments

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Introducing Domain Name System (DNS)

  • DNS namespace

  • DNS servers

  • Resolvers

  • Resource record

  • Start of Authority (SOA)

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Introducing Domain Name System (DNS) (cont.)

  • Name server (NS)

  • Host (A)

  • Host (AAAA)

  • Alias Canonical Name (CNAME)

  • Host information (HINFO)

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Introducing Domain Name System (DNS) (cont.)

  • Mailer Exchange (MX)

  • Pointer (PTR)

  • Service record (SRV)

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Understanding DNS Referrals and Queries

  • Recursive queries

  • Iterative queries

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Creating DNS Server Zones

  • Primary zone

  • Secondary zone

  • Stub zone

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Configuring a Standard DNS (cont.)

  • Select the Create A New File With This File Nameradio 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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Configuring DNS Client Settings Manually (cont.)

  • To manually specify one or more DNS servers, select the Use The Following DNS Server Addressesradio button.

  • In the Preferred DNS Server field, key the IP address of the DNS server that should be contacted first for DNS name resolution.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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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