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Importance of DNS

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Explain the most important network service DNS, its integration with active directory and issues that arise in the case of incorrect configuration

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DNS is the primary name registration and resolution service in Windows based servers, and provides a hierarchically distributed and scalable database; provides name registration, name resolution and service location for Windows clients; and locates domain controllers for logon. Active Directory uses DNS as its domain controller location mechanism and leverages the namespace design of DNS in the design of Active Directory domain names. As a result, DNS is positioned within the discoverability and logical structure components of Active Directory technology components.

 

Improper DNS configuration can lead to a wide variety of failures, because all Active Directory services depend on the ability of the devices to locate domain controllers, which is performed through DNS queries. You can check event viewer for Netlogon Event ID 5774,5775,5781,5783.

 

One thing I was wondering about, what it is to do with databases?

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Explain the most important network service DNS, its integration with active directory and issues that arise in the case of incorrect configuration

 

was that a question to your homework?

 

google around dude.

 

and, you have posted in wrong section.

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