This book focuses on the implementation of the Domain Name Service within Windows NT-treating it thoroughly from the viewpoint of an experienced Windows NT professional. An authoritative and comprehensive reference on the implementation of DNS within the Windows NT environment, this guide has detailed, real-world examples that illustrate the material throughout. Windows NT DNS is a reference for System Engineers and System Architects. It is the only book available covering the implementation of DNSwithin the Windows NT environment. First, the book covers the details of how DNS functions within NT, then specific interactions with critical network components are explored. Finally, proven procedures to design and set up DNS is demonstrated.