Microsoft Active Directory is a de-facto standard across organizations of all sizes for directory services which requires DNS to function. Many organizations configure their Active Directory with Microsoft DNS as it is embedded with Windows server. While some find it convenient to integrate this "in-the-box” capability with Active Directory, others are simply unaware of the possible issues caused by Microsoft DNS. This e-book discusses the common challenges with Microsoft DNS when it is integrated with Active Directory.
What you will learn:
- The 6 common challenges with Microsoft DNS
- Industry perspective on 3rd party DNS solution(s)
- Key benefits of integrating Active Directory with BlueCat DNS