70-640_Lesson12_PPT_041009

70-640_Lesson12_PPT_041009 - ConfiguringNameResolution

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Configuring Name Resolution Configuring Name Resolution and Additional Services and Additional Services Lesson 12
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Skills Matrix Skills Matrix Technology Skill Objective Domain Objective # Creating DNS zones  Configure zones  1.1 Creating DNS zones  Configure DNS server  setting   1.2 Creating DNS zones  Configure zone transfers and  replication  1.3 Configuring Additional  Services  Configure Active  Directory Rights  Management Service   (AD RMS) 3.2 Configuring Additional  Services  Configure Active  Directory Federation  Services (ADFS) 3.4
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Name Resolution Name Resolution Name resolution is an essential function  on all Transmission Control  Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)  networks, regardless of the operating  system that an individual computer is  running.
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Host Name Resolution Host Name Resolution Host name can be resolved by host file or  the Domain Name System (DNS). The Domain Name System (DNS)  provides the default name resolution  mechanism for Active Directory, the  Internet, and the majority of modern  TCP/IP networks.
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NetBIOS Name Resolution NetBIOS Name Resolution NetBIOS/Computer Names can be  resolved by lmhost file or  Windows  Internet Naming Service (WINS) .
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Domain Name System (DNS) Domain Name System (DNS) Main components of DNS: DNS namespace. Name Server. Resolver.
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DNS Namespace DNS Namespace In a specification for a tree-structured  namespace, each branch of the tree  identifies a domain. Each domain contains an information set  that consists of host names, IP addresses,  and comments.  Query operations are attempts to retrieve  specific information from a particular  information set.
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DNS Namespace DNS Namespace
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Name Servers Name Servers Applications running on server computers  maintain information about the domain  tree structure and contain authoritative  information about specific areas of that  structure.  The application is capable of responding  to queries for information about the areas  for which it is the authority, and it has  pointers to other name servers that enable  it to access information about any other  area of the tree.
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Resolvers Resolvers Client programs generate requests for  DNS information and send them to name  servers for fulfillment. A resolver has direct  access to at least one name server.
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Domain Name System (DNS) The DNS Server service in Windows  Server 2008 supports both standard and  Active Directory–integrated DNS zones. DNS root name servers are the highest-
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This note was uploaded on 12/17/2010 for the course TECHNOLOGY MNE 210 taught by Professor Na during the Spring '10 term at Sullivan.

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