Checklist: Use Resource Records
Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2
In addition to enabling Domain Name System (DNS) clients to locate network resources by name, DNS also provides information about network services and the servers that host those services. This information is contained in resource records that you add to a zone to associate the network service with its host server. For example, to identify the mail server for a domain, you add an MX record to the zone that corresponds to the domain.
Read about resource records.
Add resource records to a zone as needed.