What are the common mistakes that are made when administrators set up DNS on network that contains a single Windows 2000 or Wind

Q

What are the common mistakes that are made when administrators set up DNS on network that contains a single Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 domain controller?

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The most common mistakes are: The domain controller is not pointing to itself for DNS resolution on all network interfaces. The "." zone exists under forward lookup zones in DNS. Other computers on the local area network (LAN) do not point to the Windows 2000 or Windows Server 2003 DNS server for DNS.

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