CNR DHCP and Microsoft DNS

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Mar 26th, 2007

Currently running CNR 558 for both DNS and DHCP in failover mode on some Win 2000 SP4 servers.

A decision has been made to transition to Win2003 AD servers providing the DNS and this is in place parallel to the CNR DNS service. (Some servers exist which are hardcoded to the CNR DNS server.) It is these DNS servers I want to migrate.

Some CNR install documentation states "You cannot run the Network Registrar DNS, DHCP, or TFTP servers concurrently with any other DNS, DHCP, and TFTP servers" I want to retain the server's for DHCP so is it enough to just run "server dns disable start-on reboot" or will the AIC service still not like this.

The end result I'm looking for is providing CNR DHCP and MS DNS from the same(existing) server



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