No. As previously discussed at length, if you're in a corporate
environment behind a firewall created using Microsoft
and Acceleration Server, you are completely incapable of
querying for a new record type, unless and until both your
machine's OS and the firewall's copy of ISA Server have been
updated. Such updates don't yet exist, and have probably
already missed the boat for Longhorn.
These are implementation issues only. Expect administrators like myself to
replace services with third-party versions to work around them. Or more
likely, replace your inflexible kit completely, with something that can
You're going to give the Open Source camp more ammunition to use against you
if you continue this hard-line stance.
Besides, also previously discussed at length, your DNS software seems to
handle unknown record types transparently already. Why not just take
advantage of that, correct any bugs in its implementation, and ship those
bugfixes in a Service Pack? You can do this today, if you wanted to.
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