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Need help setting up DNS on a DC

Need help setting up DNS on a DC

Need help setting up DNS on a DC

There is a DC Win2K Server using our ISPs DNS's on TCP/IP Properties. DHCP is set up with both Server and Scope options to use the two ISP DNS addresses. I also have DNS on this machine running the wizard from Dell. I want to know, what do I need to do in the DNS to use it internally and what modifications do I need to do on the windows 98 machines to use the server as the first dns for internal name resolutions, and then use the ISPs dns if it's for external (websites) name resolution? Is this considered "Split-Brain" DNS?

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