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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 5, 2007

    A great book for DNS on Win2k3

    I got this book coming from a BIND background and wanting to move to Windows DNS (I do have a valid reason). The first few chapters cover DNS background similar to the BIND book. After that it moves on into how to do things in the Windows world. It uses examples that are straight from the BIND book but done in Windows 2003. There are lots of screen shots and clear explanation. One of the really good things, for those coming from a *nix background, are the chapters on running from a command line and using PERL scripts to manage DNS. Overall it is a great book for anyone running DNS on Windows.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 4, 2004

    Do not buy this book!

    I purchased this book so that I could clear up a few things about DNS on Windows Server 2003. Actually, I want to master the concepts and techniques of DNS. After reading Mark Minasi's Mastering Windows 2003 Server, I got this book. This book confused me and I stopped reading the book. The lab in the book is impossible to duplicate and the book is poorly written (too technical). I am warning you. If you still want the book then that's on you. But, you have been warned.

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