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Greetings, Which would be the best provider only for DNS hosting, zoneedit or dnsmadeeasy.com or any other recommendations. The Amazon cloud does not provide DNS services Thanks
We have configured a DNS server with a public IP on a Windows 2003 server. It is working fine and we are able to access internet through this server. We want to know whether this DNS is resolving the IPs or it is forwarding to the other DNS (defined in Hint).
My server is windows server 2003 standard edition but on trying to put guys on domain it gets too slow in accessing programs and files from the server. Why?? hence i'd rather prefer users being in a workgorup, plz assist coz i really wanna put guyz in a Domain.