Configure the forward and reverse lookup zones for dynamic updating
Additional tools that IT Services use for diagnosing security and configuration issues will only apply for clients using the central servers.
If using the central servers, make sure that firewalls are configured correctly as per the previous section or lookups routed through the central resolvers may fail.
This is most likely to be a problem for software that expects to locate workstations by appending the DNS suffix to the name registered in Active Directory.
Checking the operation with a machine where the name configured matches the name registered in DNS should reveal whether this is the problem.
This configuration allows the majority of Active Directory services to be registered dynamically in the DNS by the servers that run them.
The first two rows are the ones that we most often see configured incorrectly (or not allowed at all).
In this configuration you can configure clients that are members of the domain either to use the central DNS servers, or to use your Active Directory DNS servers.
One set of records cannot be registered using this method and these are the host records for the domain itself.
Each domain controller will normally register this record to resolve to itself.