please clarify the difference between
1. Primary DNS
2. Active directory DNS
3. Secondary DNS
all are telling these dns but i want what is the difference between these dns and what for we creating this dns...
1. Primary DNS- Exactly what it seems to be; this is the main DNS server.
2. Active directory DNS- A DNS server running active directory (A very useful tool that allows things like roaming profiles.) This would probably be the same as your primary DNS.
3. Secondary DNS- Either a backup DNS that goes into action when the main one fails, or a supplementary one that shares the load with the primary, or a second DNS for a second location (such as two campuses would each have a DNS to minimize traffic between campuses).
ok thanks, now i can understand...
please tell me something about roming profile..
i thing out login data and profile will be in server, and we can login from any system on the network, and work as usual.. is n't it?
Yes, you are correct.
When a user is login. The profile from sever is downloaded on the client machine so that he worked with the same environment.
Besides that, there is one more type if profile called mandatory profile. This is a profile that never will changed by renaming the
ntuser.dat to ntuser.man from user's profile directory.
Hope this Help.