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By default there are no zones, so click on New Zone from the Action menu to bring up the New Zone Wizard. Click Next when you’ve selected the type of zone to create. Here, you can choose whether clients can update DNS information in zones and if so, who can do so.Figure A The next logical step is to configure the DNS suffix search order; this is critical for proper resolution across a forest, and it can also be used to resolve to DNS zones that are not Active Directory-Integrated.In the same Group Policy section, the DNS Suffix Search List value allows administrators to configure this aspect of a computer account (Figure B).I usually just leave this at the default (unless I’m preparing to install AD into the zone) and click on the Next button. Using the Action menu, select to create a new A Record, CNAME, etc.At the Completing the New Zone Wizard screen, click on the Finish button (provided of course that the settings match your desired configuration for the zone). In this example, we’ll create a basic A Record, selecting the checkbox to automatically create a PTR with the record.
For Windows 2000 and newer systems, Group Policy can assign the primary DNS suffix for each computer's connection.