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Setting Up a DNS Server
TCP/IP networks rely on IP addresses to identify their computers, but numerical addresses are difficult for people to remember and use. The Domain Name System (DNS) was developed to provide a way to assign user-friendly names to computers and equate them with IP addresses. The following tutorials describe how to install the Microsoft DNS Server included with Windows 2000 Server and configure it for use on your network.