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DNS Server Replication

Hello

Regarding a server that fulfills the Active Directory / DNS role.

What would be the best way to replicate the users and DNS zones?

Should I purchase a disaster recovery solution to include it in a replica from main site to contingency site?

Or can I create a second DNS server at my contingency site and replicate the zones and records from the primary DNS to the secondary DNS?

which is the most recommended way for these cases.

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Hi

You can promote another ADDS/DNS server, and the record will be sync'ed between the two.

You could use it on another site if you want to protect against a fire in exemple.

I would recommand too to use the Windows Backup's role to do a full backup of your server, as another server serve in case of a crash, but if a event occur and you need to restore you need a backup plan of your AD too.

Thanks

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Hello there,

Adding the assigned IP, after configuring the Teaming, it continues with the same Multiple IP Addressess message.

Performing an ipconfig / all, it indicates that the ip is duplicated, I show the results:


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Indicates that the ip is duplicated, perhaps assigned to another service on a different server.

However I would like to see if there is something else that may be causing this message.


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