environment Laptop-Admin account win7 Server- 2008r2 default domain policy and a single OU with a policy linked.
With DNS, the host names reside in a database that can be distributed among multiple servers, decreasing the load on any one server and providing the ability to administer this naming system on a per-partition basis.
DNS supports hierarchical names and allows registration of various data types in addition to host name to IP address mapping used in HOSTS files.
Additional RFCs that describe DNS security, implementation, and administrative issues later augmented the original design specifications.
The implementation of DNS — Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) — was originally developed for the 4.3 BSD UNIX Operating System.
The Microsoft implementation of DNS became a part of the operating system in Microsoft Windows NT Server 4.0.