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Chapter 4.2. DNS and Active Directory > Maintaining Zones in Windows 2000 DNS

Maintaining Zones in Windows 2000 DNS

With dynamic DNS, it is possible for records to be added to zones, but never deleted. Additionally, with the introduction of Secure Dynamic DNS, those records would be ACLed to the original owning server. If that server becomes unavailable, other servers are prevented from updating (or reusing) those records.

To solve these issues with dynamic DNS zones continuously expanding due to these stale records, Microsoft introduced the concept of aging and scavenging DNS records.


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