DNSSEC in Windows 7

I’m excited that I finally get to talk about what the DNS team has been working on for over a year.  That’s right – DNSSEC.  It’s in Windows, and it’s on its way. DNSSEC is a suite of security extensions to the DNS which provide origin authority, data intergity and authenticated denial of existance. Putting…

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Let’s get you started on DNS…

TechNet has a plethora of information on Windows DNS and Active Directory.  Check out http://www.microsoft.com/dns.  This is your first stop to anything-Windows DNS.  You’ll find great links to content on DNS for Windows 2000, Windows 2003 and Windows 2008.   

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Hello hello!

Hello folks!  I’m Shyam Seshadri, the Program Manager for the Windows Domain Name System (DNS) server and client.  DNS is the Internet’s phonebook, which is responsible for converting a human readable name such as www.microsoft.com into a computer readable IP address.  Computers use IP addresses to connect to other computers, but DNS allows you to access…

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