At this moment we use NDS for our user-authentication.
For a new application it is necessary to create a Windows 2003 Active
Directory.
Because AD has also a integrated DNS, we want to create a new DNS-zone for
AD to prevent problems with the DNS-zone of our NDS.

After that we want create a secondary DNS-zone of the NDS on the Win2003-
domaincontroller. In test, it works without problems.

Also we want to create a secondary DNS-zone of the AD on our Netware DNS-
server. So, all our PC-clients can resolve the records of AD. In test, it
works perfect for host-records but not for SRV-records.
What we have to do, to hold our Netware DNS-server as primary DNS-server
on our PC-clients?

I read something about a delegated subzone on the Netware DNS-server to
the Win2003-domaincontroller and creating an AD on this delegated subzone?
Is this correct? How can we create this delegated subzone on the Netware
DNS-server?
Is there a better solution for this problem?