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Run the following command to retrieve a list of all 130-odd Power Shell DNS functions: Get-Command -Module DNSServer | Select-Object -Property Name Use Get-DNSServer to retrieve the local server's configuration data.
In the following example, I use Set-DNSServer to migrate configuration data from server01 to server02: Get-Dns Server -Cim Session 'server01' | Set-Dns Server -Computer Name 'server02' Of course, we use the native Power Shell *-Service cmdlets to operate on the server directly.
In DNS Manager, right-click Forward Lookup Zones and select New Zone from the shortcut menu. In production business networks, you'll want to enable this option so DNS clients can update their DNS records on their own.
Open the DNS Manager by typing from your elevated Power Shell console.
Right click the zone and select “New Pointer (PTR)”Enter the Host IP Address and Host name fields and click OK.
I’m creating a record for IP, 192.168.0.206 with the hostname of pc1.
In the DNS console right click on “Reverse Lookup Zones” and Select “New Zone”This will start the new zone wizard.
On the Zone Type page select Primary Zone Choose to replicate to all DNS servers running on domain controllers in this domain.