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Any reason not to use ISA server as DNS/DHCP server?

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Any reason not to use ISA server as DNS/DHCP server? - 10.Oct.2005 1:13:00 PM   
jcunningham@arec.umd.edu

 

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I am setting up a new ISA 2004 server and want to also run my DNS/DHCP services from the same box. What are the downsides to this arrangement?

Thanks,

Jeff
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RE: Any reason not to use ISA server as DNS/DHCP server? - 10.Oct.2005 2:33:00 PM   
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My personal feelings are that these are the only non-firewall components I would run on ISA. Because of their essential nature, low overhead, and risk of vulnerabilities, it's an acceptable risk for my firewall.

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