Index D

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d2 option (nslookup)  2nd 
data types, nslookup and 
databases
    indexes 
    structure of 
    whois 
datafiles
    controls 
    zones  2nd  3rd 
DC-less sites, creating 
dcdiag 
Debug Logging tab 
debug option (nslookup)  2nd 
debugging  [See also troubleshooting]
    nslookup and  2nd 
    writing 
default domain, with nslookup 
default search lists  2nd  [See also searching]
defname option (nslookup) 
delegation  2nd 
    checking  2nd 
    disabling 
    DNSLint 
    forward-mapping 
    in-addr.arpa domain  2nd  3rd 
    lame 
    managing 
    nonoctet boundaries and 
    number of 
    octet boundaries and 
    of authority 
    parents 
    registration and 
    subdomains  2nd 
        creating without 
        troubleshooting  2nd 
deleting
    aliases 
    hosts 
    objects 
    records 
    resource records 
    stale 
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)  2nd 
diagnostics  2nd  [See also troubleshooting]
    inconsistent answers 
    names 
    remote hostnames 
    response time 
dial-on-demand connections 
dial-up connections 
Dictionary object 
dig (Domain Information Groper) 
directories 
    namespaces 
disabling recursion 
disadvantages of use, DNS 
disaster planning 
disjoint domain names 
Distributed Management Task Force (DMTF) 
dividing in-addr.arpa domains 
DMTF (Distributed Management Task Force) 
DNS (Domain Name System) 
    benefits of use 
    clients 
    disadvantages of use 
    disasters, preventing and handling 
    dynamic update protocol 
    message format 
    resources for 
    structure of 
    suffixes 
    troubleshooting 
DNS console 
    addresses, checking 
    aliases 
    CNAME records 
    configuring 
        adding resource records 
        adding servers 
        adding zones 
        creating zones 
        formatting loopback addresses 
        formatting zone datafiles 
        mapping zones 
        starting primary master name servers 
        starting secondary name servers 
        storing resource records 
        using root hints 
        viewing zone datafiles 
    error messages 
    MX records  2nd 
    name servers  2nd 
    NS records  2nd 
    Properties selection in 
    reverse lookup 
    reverse-mapping 
    secondary name servers 
    subdomains 
    TTL on resource records 
    WINS lookup 
    WINS reverse lookup 
    zones  2nd 
DNS NOTIFY 
DNS Provider
    resource records 
    zones 
DNS Server
    logging 
    signals 
dnscmd commands 
    application partitions 
    resource records 
    zones 
dnsdiag 
DNSEXT 
DNSLint 
    testing delegation 
    troubleshooting 
documentation 
    BIND 
    firewalls 
    network numbers 
domain controllers
    application partitions 
    promoting 
    searching 
Domain Information Groper  [See dig]
Domain Name System  [See DNS]
domain names  2nd  3rd 
    choosing 
    CIDR and 
    consistency of 
    FQDNs 
    mapping 
    MX records 
    reading 
    resolving 
    resource records and 
    servers for 
    subdomains 
    visibility of 
domains  2nd  3rd 
    Active Directory 
    adding 
    appending 
    CNAME records 
    controllers  [See domain controllers]
    default  2nd 
    delegating  2nd  3rd  4th 
    forests 
    generic top-level 
    hosts 
    in-addr.arpa  2nd 
    international 
    levels of 
    life cycles 
    managing transition to subdomains 
    models 
    names  [See domain names]
    parenting 
    registering 
    root 
    searching for 
    shadow namespaces 
    state- and city-level 
    subdomains 
    testing setup 
    top-level  2nd 
    trees 
    troubleshooting 
    whois service 
    zones versus 
dot (.)
    root domain 
    trailing 
dotted-octet representation 
dumping servers 
Dunlap, Kevin 
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol  [See DHCP]
dynamic updates  2nd 



DNS on Windows Server 2003
DNS on Windows Server 2003
ISBN: 0596005628
EAN: 2147483647
Year: 2003
Pages: 163

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