Four New DNS Policy Scenarios for Windows Server 2016

Back in April 2016, this blog announced the initial publication of the New DNS Policy Scenario Guide for Windows Server 2016. Then in July 2016, this blog announced two new published scenarios in Expanded DNS Policy Scenario Guide for Windows Server 2016. Today, the Windows Server docs team is announcing that the DNS Policy Scenario…

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Expanded DNS Policy Scenario Guide for Windows Server 2016

Back in April 2016, this blog announced the initial publication of the New DNS Policy Scenario Guide for Windows Server 2016. The initial guide publication included a DNS Policy overview, plus two initial scenarios that show you how to use DNS Policy for geo-location based traffic management with either primary DNS servers or both primary…

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New DNS Policy Scenario Guide for Windows Server 2016

DNS Policy is a new feature for DNS in Windows Server® 2016, and a new DNS Policy Scenario Guide is now live on the Web. This guide currently includes a DNS Policy overview, plus two initial scenarios that show you how to use DNS Policy for geo-location based traffic management with either primary DNS servers…

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Windows Server® 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2 Core Network Guide Now Available in TechNet Gallery

This guide is in the TechNet Gallery at http://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Windows-Server-2012-and-7c5fe8ea The Windows Server 2012 and 2012 R2 Core Network Guide provides instructions for planning and deploying the core components required for a fully functioning network and a new Active Directory® domain in a new forest. Using this guide, you can deploy computers configured with the following…

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Virtual Lab: Managing Your Network Infrastructure with IP Address Management

Hi, In addition to several new features that have been added to IPAM in Server 2012 R2 Preview (What’s New) we now have an IPAM Virtual Lab available for Windows Server 2012. Check out Managing Your Network Infrastructure with IP Address Management. If you haven’t seen IPAM yet, you should check it out. Virtual Labs are…

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Use Windows PowerShell Commands in Windows Server 2012 and Windows Server 2012 R2

Hi there – Using Windows PowerShell commands in Windows Server 2012 for basic administration and networking tasks can save a lot of time. This is true not only because you can script the tasks for application on multiple computers, but you also save time by not having to navigate through sometimes complex user interface (UI)…

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Core Network Guide for Windows Server "8" Beta

The Core Network Guide for Windows Server “8” Beta is now live on the Web in HTML format at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh911995.aspx, and in Word format in the Microsoft Download Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/p/?LinkId=248606. A Windows Server core network provides you with many benefits, including the following. Core protocols for network connectivity between computers and other Transmission Control…

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Cool post about tracking DNS record deletion by Sneh Shah

Hey DNS fans, Microsoft Support Engineer Sheh Shah has published Tracking DNS Record Deletion in the Microsoft Enterprise Networking Team blog. This post describes in great technical detail the process of enabling auditing and viewing the audit events for Active Directory-integrated DNS zones. Very cool, in-depth technical content from those who know it best. Check it out….

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Networking technology centers on TechNet updated

Our managing editor Scott Somohano and others have been hard at work updating the following technology centers on TechNet with new designs that highlight featured resources: BranchCache Domain Name System DHCP High-Speed Networking Internet Authentication Service IPv6 IPsec Network Policy Server Quality of Service Routing and Remote Access Windows Firewall Windows Peer-to-Peer Networking Wired Networking…

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Changes to the DNS Client Service in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2, The Cable Guy article for May 2010

The Cable Guy article for May 2010, titled “Changes to the DNS Client Service in Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2,” is now available. Changes to the DNS Client service include new name devolution behavior, the Name Resolution Policy Table (NRPT), and DNS Security (DNSSEC). For a listing of the most recent The Cable Guy articles, click…