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Securing the DNS Server

Updated: May 9, 2008

Applies To: Windows Server 2008

One of the advantages of running the DNS Server service on an Active Directory domain controller is the access control that Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) provides to prevent unauthorized users from modifying Domain Name System (DNS) server settings. You can use the procedure in this task to control who can administer the DNS server and the changes that they are permitted to make.

To complete this task, perform the following procedure:

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