JSI Tip 10274. How do I create a new zone on a DNS server in Windows Server 2003?

Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 323445 contains the following summary:

This article is a step-by-step guide to creating a Domain Name System (DNS) zone for a new domain.

Note This article does not apply to Active Directory-integrated DNS zones. For additional information about how to setup DNS for Active Directory in Microsoft Windows Server 2003, click the following article numbers to view the articles in the Microsoft Knowledge Base:

816101 HOWTO: Convert DNS Primary Server to Active Directory Integrated

816584 HOW TO: Set Up the Domain Name System for Active Directory in Windows Server 2003

323418 HOW TO: Integrate DNS with an Existing DNS Infrastructure If Active Directory Is Enabled in Windows Server 2003

324753 HOW TO: Create an Active Directory Server in Windows Server 2003



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