To see the properties of your DNS zone, right-click on your forward lookup zone and click Properties.
Then, in the "General" tab, you will be able to :
In the "Start of Authority (SOA)" tab, you will find :
In the "Name Servers" tab, you will see the list of DNS servers that have this DNS zone.
Or more precisely :
In our case, this DNS zone is managed on a single DNS server (which is therefore the authoritative primary DNS server for this DNS zone).
In the "WINS" tab, you can enable WINS forward lookup to allow your DNS server to search for the name in the NETBIOS system if the desired name has not been found in the DNS zone.
However, this requires first installing a WINS server.
In the "Zone Transfers" tab, you can enable the transfer of the zone to a secondary DNS server if you wish.
Note that it isn't recommended to allow the transfer of the zone to any DNS server. In particular, to protect the keys created when signing your zone via DNSSEC (if applicable).
As mentioned before, the zone files are stored in the "%SystemRoot%\system32\dns" (C:\Windows\system32\dns) folder of your server.
In this file, we find :
Note : if you have already managed a DNS server in Linux (BIND), you will see that the format of these files is identical.
If you open the "informatiweb.lan.dns" file with the notepad, you will see that this file contains :
If you open the "0.0.10.in-addr.arpa.dns" file with Notepad, you will see that this file contains :
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