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IPAM in Windows Server 2016 can now perform all the DNS management tasks for which the user earlier had to go to DNS Manager.The DNS management tasks which can now be performed in IPAM are: These operations are supported for both Active Directory integrated DNS as well as DNS servers which store the zones and records in a file.Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Name Protection is a feature available on Windows Server 2008 R2 and later to prevent name squatting of non-Windows clients. In this article, I will explain what Name Protection is, how it can prevent name squatting, and how you can configure Name Protection on a Windows DHCP server. In an environment where Windows and non-Windows computers (Mac, Linux, Unix, etc.) co-exist, any DHCP client (Windows or non-Windows) can request and obtain IP address, subnet mask, router, and other information from the Windows DHCP server.
The ability to manage DNS zones and resource records across multiple DNS servers is a critical requirement for enterprises.
Another important capability is an IP address inventory now has a tab for DNS records which lists all the DNS records related to that IP address – this includes A, AAAA, PTR, CNAME, MX, NS and so forth.