Window's Admin questions

1) What is DNS & DNS Records?
2) What is Replication ?
3) how you troubleshoot Replication problem?
4)how u configure Group policy ?
5)What is Relay agent?

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bharath

  • May 29th, 2012
 

DNS Records are
SOA Record
N S Record
Host Record
Alias Record
pointer
Mx
Srv record

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trilok sharma

  • May 5th, 2013
 

DNS: internet system which is converting name to ip and ip to name .

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Daniel Henney

  • Jan 21st, 2014
 

Replication: Replication means duplicate data..Eg- DC and ADC shares same database..whatever changes are made in DC will automattically be replicated to ADC and vice-versa..

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Nadeem Ahmad

  • Dec 6th, 2014
 

Domain Naming Services or System: It is used for resolving host names to IPs and IPs to Host names.
There are 5 types of DNS records: A, CNAME, NS, MX, and PTR.

A records: Address (A) records direct a hostname to a numerical IP address.

CNAME records: CNAME allows a machine to be known by one or more hostnames.

NS records: NAMESERVER (NS) records specify the authoritative nameservers for the domain.

MX records: Free e-mail services such as everyone.net require that MX changes be made in order for their software to work. This change allows mail destined for your domain to be directed to their server.

PTR records: Pointer records (PTR) are used for reverse lookups.

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