I would like to know if you could explain why we call a dns, A DNS "ZONE"<--------why a zone?
Could you please let me know if my understanding of win2008 DNS is correct.
When a user creates an internal network, no internet DNS will ever know what is happening there, so this is why we have to set up our own internal DNS server.
Now with what I understand:
When clients are getting connected to the server 2008, a host file is created in the DNS manager of Active Directory.
1)Can multiple ips be added per file or is it limited to only one ip and domain per file?
2)Where I am a little lost is that when you click a "Host(A)" file, you have also a security tab. Does this means that only certain users can access this site?
3)Now if I wish to let my client computers access facebook.com for example, do I need to first create a group in my OU, then assign this group to "Full control" in the "Host(A)" file?
Sorry about the confusion but all the videos I have washed(and I have watched many), do not explain this part of win2008. I really do not understand why there is a "read/write" permission to the "Host(A)" file if anyway, users cannot access this console.
Thanks for you help!,