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Last Updated on 2 Oct. 2012, Total: 44 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Creating Resource Records using DNSCMD

    How to use the DNSCMD command to create a resource record from the command-line... Read More

  2. Creating a Reverse Lookup Zone using DNSCMD

    An example of how to use the DNSCMD command to create a reverse lookup zone from the command-line... Read More

  3. Creating a Forward Lookup Zone Using DNSCMD

    Here are five examples of how to use the DNSCMD command to create forward lookup zones from the command-line... Read More

  4. Viewing the zones on a DNS server

    You can use the Dnscmd command to view a list of the zones on a DNS server... Read More

  5. Verifying SRV resource records using Nslookup

    You can use the Nslookup command to verify that the SRV resource records needed by Active Directory have been created properly when Dcpromo was run on the server... Read More

  6. Displaying DHCP scope activity using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to display statistics for a single scope on your DHCP server... Read More

  7. Displaying DHCP server activity using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to display statistics for a DHCP server... Read More

  8. Creating a DHCP Scope using a Batch File

    By creating a batch file of Netsh commands you can automate the creation of DHCP scopes... Read More

  9. Backing up DHCP database using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to back up the DHCP database of your DHCP server... Read More

  10. Configure DHCP options using Netsh

    You can use the Netsh command to configure DHCP options from the command line... Read More

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