7.2.2 Configuring DNS Server
While the DNS Server role was added during the Active Directory configuration, you should verify the
configuration and make sure both your Forward and Reverse Lookup Zones are constructed properly.
Figure 60: Domain Name Service Overview
7.3 Configuring DHCP Server
The DHCP Server role is not created by default when you enable Active Directory. You will need to
enable it and create scope for the streaming client networks. As part of this scope you will need to create
an address pool. It is important to specify a range that does not conflict for static IP addresses assigned
for servers on that particular subnet. You can also use the Reservations to block out certain IP
addresses. Make sure the Scope Options contain the Default Router and DNS server definitions for your
network configuration.
Figure 61: DHCP Scope Definition
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