Powershell Script to Add DNS Records to Server Network

///Powershell Script to Add DNS Records to Server Network

The Below Powershell script will Add DNS Records to Server Network.

#!powershell
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# Set DNS on Server #
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Example:
$DNS1=”10.220.13.10″
$DNS2=”10.220.13.11″

Set-DnsClientServerAddress -InterfaceAlias ‘*’ -ServerAddresses($DNS1, $DNS2)

2017-07-21T14:29:26+00:00 July 20th, 2017|Microsoft, Powershell Scripts|0 Comments

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