Configure Windows 2003

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I'm installing windows 2003, and I want to use active directory. The problem is that I have a small network and it's local.So I'm having problems with the dns and bioname. I don't have a registered domain. Help Me.

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You don’t need a registered domain. You can give any name, only thing is that you must give a dns name ie, a name with period(.)

examples are:
mydomain.local
anydomain.com
etc etc….

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  • FlyNavy
    I have a 6 PC and 1 server network set up this way. Just remember that the DHCP range accompanying the DNS must be a non-publicly routable address range. 192.168.x.x, 10.x.x.x, and there is a 127 range. Don't forget to set up forwarders on your DNS so you can resolve external addresses. Fly Navy
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