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Answer: Remove all the addresses.

Explanation: The remaining servers are domain controllers hosting active directory integrated zones. The information in an active directory integrated zone is automatically replicated to every domain controller in the domain.


You are the network administrator for TestKing. All network servers run either Windows Server 2003, Windows 2000 Server, or Windows NT Server 4.0. All client computers run either Windows XP Professional, Windows 2000 Professional, Windows NT Workstation 4.0, or Windows 98.

The network consists of an Active Directory domain named testking.com. All domain controllers in the domain run Windows Server 2003. All domain controllers also have the DNS service installed and host and Active Directory-integrated zone named testking.com. A Windows Server 2003 member server assigns IP addresses to all computers in the company. All IP addresses are assigned from the scope.

All computers in the company must always be registered automatically in the testking.com zone, regardless of the local TCP/IP configuration settings. Only computers that have valid computer accounts in the Active Directory domain must be able to register host (A) records in the zone. If a computer is removed from the network, the associated name registration must be removed from DNS.

You are configuring the testking.com DNS zone and the DHCP scope to comply with the stated requirements.

Which configuration settings should you use?

To answer, configure the appropriate option or options in the dialog boxes.

Testkingxom Properties

WINS | Zone Transfers G eneral j S tart ol Authority (SOAJ

Stilus Running

Tjjpe Active DiiecioiHiif'rgioied

Secufily PJane Server:

RepSftafior Ai domain eorttralefs t* At 6«Drectajy Change., domain

DdtalsstuieJ r,Acti'/e Directoiy

Djpainc. updsles: |Nore 3]

Aiming iwruecxii dyrwic updai« is 4 signifpcanl seeu%

vulncratilty because upda'es can be acceptcd Irom LinlrLHVed souces.

To set oging/scaven^ig properties, click Aging.

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