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    Default Can some tell me what does it mean..??

    I am going through MS training kit ..i have come across the following practice ..

    Installed Windows Server 2008 R2 on a physical or virtual computer, which should be
    named SERVER11 and should be a stand-alone server. This computer hosts the DNS Server
    role and the Active Directory Domain Services role that you install and create through the
    exercises in this chapter. Assign an IPv4 address from one of the private ranges, such as
    192.168.x.x, and map its DNS server address to the address you assigned to SERVER10.

    what does it mean MAPPING IT DNS SERVER ADDRESS TO THE ADDRESS YOUR ASSIGNED TO SERVER10
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    Something like this usually means in an earlier exercise you configured server10. you probably made server 10 a DNS server, and so this exercise wants to point at server10 for DNS. you may need to review the earlier steps in the chapter or even in a previous chapter.
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