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The following procedure summarizes the steps necessary to enable clients to use DNS. To configure TCP/IP settings for DNS clients, complete the following steps: 1. Open the Network Connections window. 2. Right-click the network connection you want to configure, and then select Properties. The connection s properties dialog box appears. 3. On the General tab (for a local area connection) or the Networking tab (all other connections), select the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) component, and then click Properties. The Internet Protocol (IP) Properties dialog box appears. 4. If you want to obtain DNS server addresses from a DHCP server, select Obtain DNS Server Address Automatically. 5. If you want to manually configure DNS server addresses, select Use The Following DNS Server Addresses, and in the Preferred DNS Server text box and Alternate DNS Server text box, type the preferred DNS server and alternate DNS server IP addresses. 6. To configure advanced DNS properties, click Advanced, select the DNS tab, and do one or more of the following: a. To configure an additional DNS server IP address, click the topmost Add button and specify a DNS server IP address. b. To modify the resolution behavior for unqualified DNS names, do the fol lowing:
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To configure the client to resolve an unqualified name by adding the pri mary DNS suffix and the DNS suffix of each connection (if configured), select Append Primary And Connection Specific DNS Suffixes. If you also want to search the parent suffixes of the primary DNS suffix up to the second-level domain, select the Append Parent Suffixes Of The Primary DNS Suffix check box. To configure the client to resolve an unqualified name by adding the suffixes from a list of configured suffixes, select Append These DNS Suffixes, and then click Add to add suffixes to the list.
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c. To configure a connection-specific DNS suffix, type the DNS suffix in the DNS Suffix For This Connection text box.
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d. To modify DNS dynamic update behavior, do the following:
To configure the client to register the connection s IP address with the local computer s full computer name in DNS, select the Register This Connection s Addresses In DNS check box. This option is enabled by default. This option requires that the primary DNS suffix of the computer match a domain hosted by the preferred DNS server. To configure the client to register the connection s IP address with a connec tion-specific FQDN, select the Use This Connection s DNS Suffix In DNS Reg istration check box. This option is disabled by default. To completely disable DNS dynamic updates for all names on the computer, clear the Register This Connection s Addresses In DNS check box for all con nections in Network Connections.
Viewing and Clearing the DNS Resolver Cache
The DNS resolver cache, also known as the DNS client cache, is maintained separately from the DNS server cache. This resolver cache is checked first by DNS clients before they attempt to query a DNS server. New entries are added to the resolver cache whenever a DNS client receives a query response from a DNS server. To view the DNS client cache, enter ipconfig /displaydns at a command prompt. The output of this command includes entries loaded from the local Hosts file, as well as any recently obtained resource records for name queries resolved by the system. To clear the DNS resolver cache, you can enter ipconfig /flushdns at the command prompt. Alternatively, you can restart the DNS Client service by using the Services console, an administrative tool accessible through the Start menu.
Exam Tip
Remember the following DNS-related commands for the exam:
1. Ipconfig /displaydns. Displays the contents of the DNS client cache 2. Ipconfig /flushdns. Purges the contents of the DNS client cache 3. Ipconfig /registerdns. Refreshes all DHCP leases and reregisters DNS names with DNS zones configured to accept dynamic updates Know also that the Ipconfig /registerdns command can be used only on clients running Windows 2000, Windows XP, and Windows Server 2003.
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