No.. You would have to give permission to that server to be a dns server..It isn't like you can just simply add a dns server nilly willy to the domain
Here are the steps:
1st, give the new server a static ip address with the dns servers the current dns servers in the ipv4 properties
2nd go to a dns server and open up the zone that you want to add a secondary dns server to, go to the properties of the domain and the _msdcs and allow zone transfers to the ip of the new server
3rd go to the new server and setup the ad zones in the dns (you will need to install the dns server role on the server)
4th change the dns on the nic of the new server to be itself
5th run dcpromo and add server as a secondary domain controller.
Once completed you can take the zone transfers out.
This saves on a reboot, takes me less time to do this than it does to do a reboot. All about saving time when you don't have a lot of time to do this.