New Training: Implement DNS in Windows Server
In this 25-video, intermediate training, CBT Nuggets trainer Keith Barker covers the knowledge systems administrators need to manage and implement DNS functionality across an enterprise network, ensuring connectivity, log-in capabilities and discoverability.
Watch this new Microsoft Windows Server training.
Resolving domain names is a central need for a network. There comes a point as a network expands that the responsibility for managing DNS servers and records transitions from “someone else” to an internal network administrator. And when that happens, understanding how to implement DNS is essential.
Network administrators who work with networks with their own DNS records need to have a strong grasp of how domain name system servers gather and disseminate information about domain names, where zone files get stored and how to parse DNS records. This Implement DNS in Windows Server training makes sure a team knows how to manage it all on a Windows Server instance.
The two-part series covers topics such as understanding what name resolution is and how it functions, creating DNS zones and records, and managing forwarding and configuring conditional forwarding.
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Topics this training covers include:
DNS Records Overview
DNS Zones Overview
Adding the DNS Server Role
This training includes:
6 hour of training
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