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@cpuprohky you seem to have a serious misunderstanding of what DNS-over-HTTPS is and what is happening here. This change will not override your own manually configured local DNS servers, it will only matter if a client is configured to use a well-known DNS server that support DoH, for example Cloudf...
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I'll be the stick in the mud here.We don't only need DOT and DOH, we need granular control over what is and what is not allowed through those DNS servers, or our clients are going to be inundated by new forms of malware, spyware, etc from advertisers and hacking groups who simply buy a SSL cert for ...
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Do your future plans include allowing Windows DNS Server to communicate to upstream DNS servers using DNS over HTTPS/TLS? Internally you'd have clients making unencrypted DNS queries to their local DNS server (53), then said DNS server would forward queries upstream - over HTTPS/TLS (443). Or - even...
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Please Support DNSSEC (you only support it in the server deployed on site and it needs to be on the client, office365 and azure) this can be done regardless of DoH or DoT it verifies the answers are correct Microsoft documentation:https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/previous-versions/windows/it-pro/win...
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DoH is a good start. We will wait for DoT as its a better route.
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