From Microsoft, Domain Name System (DNS) is one of the industry-standard suites of protocols that comprise TCP/IP, and together the DNS Client and DNS Server provide computer name-to-IP address mapping name resolution services to computers and users. DNS is part of the application layer of the TCP/IP reference model and is very important in day to day operation of computers all over the world. We are going to install DNS Server on windows server 2019 and later do configurations such as adding PTR, A/AAAA records among others. Before proceeding, make sure you have configured static IP Address on your server.
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Step 1: Open Server Manager and Add Roles and Features
Click “Next” on the page that follows
Select “Role-based or feature-based installation“
Select Server to install DNS into and hit “Next“
Step 2: Select DNS Server and Add Features
Click on Add features
In case you did not configure a static IP before, you will receive a message as shown below, just click continue. You will not get the message if your server had static IP configured.
Click “Next” on the next three consecutive screens.
Step 3: Confirm and Install
Confirm your selections then hit “Install“
Step 4: Wait for the Installation then hit “Close”
Step 5: Configure Zones & Add records
Follow our guide below to configure DNS lookup zone on Windows Server and add DNS records.
We now have our DNS Server installed and purring behind Windows Server 2019. Next, we are going to add records to it such as PTR, A(AAAA), Forward Lookup Zones among others. Stay tuned for this amazing treat. Meanwhile, there is a buffet of delicious and easy to digest guides below for you to enjoy. Thank you for passing by and getting acquainted with us.