Linux DNS server in a Win2003 domain

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I have a Win2003 domain with mostly XP clients and 4 linux servers doing intranet/web, database, email and DNS. Initially I had the 2003 server doing DNS since it is the DC for windows clients. But the linux machines weren't happy. Moved the DNS server to a linux box, the other linux boxes were happy and windows clients don't seem to mind, although I see a lot of DNS related warnings on the 2003 server. What are the implications and/or basic issues I should be concerned with? Thanks.

Software/Hardware used:
CentOS 5, Windows 2003 server

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The requirements for a non windows DNS are spelled out in this article

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc959323.aspx

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  • Ezplan
    Thanks for the reference! I'm running BIND 9.3, so, according to the article things should be OK. It appears the only thing I need to do is to turn off Netlogon registering A resource records.
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