Would not recommend buying the QNAP if you plan to use it as a standalone DNS server. The SAMBA service works, but two other required services are flawed that make it unusable as a standalone AD controller. It will work well as a member controller, just not as a primary standalone.The problem are 1) you cannot set DNS forwarders in the AD DNS server and 2) you cannot set DHCP Options commands in the DHCP Server. As a result, your DHCP clients cannot be set to use the AD DNS Server...and if you configure them to use the AD DNS server, it will not forward to upstream DNS servers to resolve non-AD (i.e. the rest of the Internet) hosts.

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