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DNS Stub Zone in Windows 2000 Server

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I have (both) a Windows 2003 server and a Windows 2000 Server which are completely separate, but each have Active Directory installed which make them a DNS server. On the 2003 box, Microsoft introduced a Stub Zone in DNS which allows for basic forwarding to a dns server different from you own. Nice for when the server it is querying will let you query, but will not let you be a Secondary Zone. How can I do the same thing in Windows 2000 Server?


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