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Goran

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I have domain 2008 all work fine...
Kerio is not attached to domain.
My question is:
is is possible to use primary dns as domain controller
and secondary dns for kerio dns...
Why? if domain server crash or is not available, user can have internet access over secondary dns
What actually if, kerio is attached to domain what you get? can kerio then be a domain server?
Whats happen if domain server is not available?
Or have you guys any idea how setup such case?
if primary DNS server(AD) not available?

Question cannot be stupid, but some of the answers can.
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Petr Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Control resolves DNS names only from local host table. If you want to make secondary DNS resolver for your AD domain, you must install and setup secondary AD controller.

Kerio Control is not authoritative server for any domain related queries (_ldap._tcp.domain etc). When member of the domain, it forwards them all to the domain controllers.

Petr Dobry
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