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DNS Deligation I have a Root Domain abc.com and a child domain sales.abc.com Please give me steps how to configure DNS Delegation for sales.abc.com on the DC having sales.abc.com child domain. Running AD Integrated DNS in Windows 2003 Enterprises server - 32 bit I follow the document http://support.microsoft.com/kb/255248 As per the above docs it asked me first to Enable Dynamic updates and after that Promote Promote the Child Domain Server Problem is DNS does not show "Enable Dynamic updates" unless it is AD integrated Please advices Thanks in Advaince

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the above attached a link document is for windows 2000 server not for 2003.


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