AZ-104 – Question 222

You have Azure virtual machines that run Windows Server 2019 and are configured as shown in the following table.

You create a public Azure DNS zone named and a private Azure DNS zone named
For, you create a virtual network link named link1 as shown in the exhibit. (Click the Exhibit tab.)

You discover that VM1 can resolve names in but cannot resolve names in VM1 can resolve other hosts on the Internet.
You need to ensure that VM1 can resolve host names in
What should you do?
  • A. Update the DNS suffix on VM1 to be
  • B. Configure the name servers for at the domain registrar
  • C. Create an SRV record in the zone
  • D. Modify the Access control (IAM) settings for link1

Correct Answer: A 
If you use Azure Provided DNS then appropriate DNS suffix will be automatically applied to your virtual machines. For all other options you must either use Fully Qualified Domain Names (FQDN) or manually apply appropriate DNS suffix to your virtual machines.


Explanation: is a public DNS zone. The Internet top level domain DNS servers need to know which DNS servers to direct DNS queries for to. You configure this by configuring the name servers for at the domain registrar.