For the exam, you should know how to configure DNS for Active Directory.
Click Next to continue when the New Zone wizard appears. Ensure that Standard Primary is selected and click Next. Ensure that Reverse Lookup Zone is selected and click Next. Ensure that Network ID is selected, type your network ID in the Network ID field, and click Next. Select Create a New File With This File Name and click Next. You should now configure the forward and reverse lookup zones for dynamic updating so that you do not get stuck creating all the records required for Active Directory yourself!
The configuration of the lookup zones is not all that confusing, and when using the wizards available it becomes even easier.
For the purposes of providing the reader enough knowledge to get this task completed, this article takes a walkthrough approach.
A DNS server has been installed but not yet configured at the beginning of this article and we’ll create the forward and reverse lookup zones using the built-in wizard.
The Active Directory Installation wizard offers to install DNS if the wizard does not detect a proper DNS zone configuration during the installation of Active Directory.
However, you should not rely on the wizard for these tasks.