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Think of a DNS query as a client asking a server a two-part question, such as “Do you have any A resource records for a computer named ‘hostname.example.’?
” When the client receives an answer from the server, it reads and interprets the answered A RR, learning the IP address for the computer it asked for by name. A client can sometimes answer a query locally using cached information obtained from a previous query.
The host that you specify is used as the data for answering reverse lookups based on the address information that this pointer (PTR) resource record specifies.
The forward DNS entries ("A" records) for windows machines on the domain are populated automatically.
A normal DNS query would be of the form 'what is the IP of host=www in domain=mydomain.com'.