Saturday, August 09, 2003

DNSDUMP.CMD - A script for managing DNS servers


An oustanding script for managing Microsoft DNS Servers

Written by true uber-geek Dean Wells, DNSDUMP is the ultimate managment script for managing Windows DNS Servers! The man is a genius - either that, or he's sad and has no life. I know part of the latter to be untrue!

But don't take my word for it - download it and try it. And to avoid confusion, the file referenced above has an extension of cm_. When you save it, make sure you rename the extension to '.cmd'.

And if you do take a look, and find anything missing or if you have any feature request, let me know and I'll send your comments along to Dean.


Frank said...

Just wondering if there is a way to scheule this?

Thomas said...

Yes - you can use task scheduler to run a script that calls dnsdump.cmd.