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Like all services, the Windows Server DNS includes several tools for management and administration The first is the DNS console, which is added automatically to the Computer Management console on servers where the service is installed This DNS console can also be accessed through the Manage Your Server interface In addition, Windows Server includes the dnscmd command-line tool Finally, the nslookup and ipconfig commands are useful for DNS updates and problem troubleshooting
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DN-01: DNS Event Log Verification
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DNS automatically records its event information in the DNS Log of the Event Viewer It is recommended that you verify this log daily to ensure the proper operation of your DNS To verify the DNS Event Log: 1 Launch the Global MMC console and click Computer Management 2 Connect to the appropriate server (Action | Connect to another computer) and either type in the server name (\\servername) or use the Browse button to locate it Click OK when done 3 Move to the DNS Server Event Log (System Tools | Event Viewer | DNS Server) 4 Review the log content for the last day Take appropriate action if you identify warnings or errors You can also enable a temporary trace log directly within DNS To do so, right-click on the DNS server name (Computer Management | Services and Applications | DNS | servername), move to the Debug Logging tab, and enable the Log packets for debugging option You may type in the log filename if you wish, but by default the log file is named DNSlog and is located in the %SystemRoot%\ System32\DNS folder Don t forget to turn off extra logging when you re done, because it puts an additional strain on the DNS server
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DN-02: DNS Configuration Management
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Most organizations will use two DNS infrastructures: an internal infrastructure based on Windows Server and integrated to the production Active Directory, and an external infrastructure that may or may not be based on Windows technologies The latter depends on when you created your Internet zones and the technological choices you made at the time Once thing is certain (or should be): your internal DNS structure will run on Windows Server because you are using Active Directory Because Windows Server supports automatic addition and removal of DNS records (in conjunction with the DHCP service), all your DNS servers should be set to enable automatic scavenging of stale records (Computer Management | Services and Applications | DNS | servername | Properties | Advanced tab) This automatically keeps your DNS database clean
You can perform this activity manually by right-clicking 4 on the server name in the DNS console and selecting Scavenge Stale Resource Records It is also a good idea to 4 Update Server Data Files (from the same context menu) on a regular basis You can also initiate scavenging from the command line:
dnscmd servername /startscavenging where servername is the name of the server you want to 4 initiate scavenging on You can also verify the operation of DNS with AD through the dnslint command To verify 4 the DNS operations related to Active Directory: dnslint /ad /s DNSserverIPaddress /v >filenametxt where you supply the IP address of one of your DNS servers to make sure the dnslint command only checks your internal AD-based forest and does not go to the
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InterNIC to validate DNS information The /v switch turns on verbose output You pipe this command into a text file because its output is significant
DN-03: DNS Record Management
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Even though DNS is dynamic in Windows Server, you will find that you need to add and remove records manually once in a while To add a DNS record: 1 Launch the Global MMC console and click Computer Management 2 Connect to the appropriate server (Action | Connect to another computer) and either type in the server name (\\servername) or use the Browse button to locate it Click OK when done 3 Move to DNS (Computer Management | Services and Applications | DNS) Click the appropriate Forward or Reverse Lookup Zone to load it into the console 4 Right-click on the zone and select New recordtype where recordtype is the type of record you want to create 5 Fill in the appropriate information for the record and click OK to create it You can also manage records from the command line: dnscmd servername /recordadd zone nodename recordtype recorddata where servername is the server you want to perform the operation on, zone and nodename is where you want to locate the record in DNS, recordtype is the type of record you want to add, and recorddata is the information you want to add You can also use the dnscmd command to enumerate all records on a server:
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