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DNS zones

Posted by: | November 20, 2019 Comments Off on DNS zones |

I’m working through the commonly used DNS server cmdlets to determine if everything works in PowerShell core. First up is the cmdlet to get the DNS zones on your DNS server.

 

PS> Get-DnsServerZone | Format-List -Property ZoneName, ZoneType, IsAutoCreated, IsDsIntegrated, IsReverseLookupZone, IsSigned

ZoneName : _msdcs.Manticore.org
ZoneType : Primary
IsAutoCreated : False
IsDsIntegrated : True
IsReverseLookupZone : False
IsSigned : False

 

ZoneName : 0.in-addr.arpa
ZoneType : Primary
IsAutoCreated : True
IsDsIntegrated : False
IsReverseLookupZone : True
IsSigned : False

 

ZoneName : 127.in-addr.arpa
ZoneType : Primary
IsAutoCreated : True
IsDsIntegrated : False
IsReverseLookupZone : True
IsSigned : False

 

ZoneName : 255.in-addr.arpa
ZoneType : Primary
IsAutoCreated : True
IsDsIntegrated : False
IsReverseLookupZone : True
IsSigned : False

 

ZoneName : Manticore.org
ZoneType : Primary
IsAutoCreated : False
IsDsIntegrated : True
IsReverseLookupZone : False
IsSigned : False

 

ZoneName : TrustAnchors
ZoneType : Primary
IsAutoCreated : False
IsDsIntegrated : True
IsReverseLookupZone : False
IsSigned : False

 

The DNS server cmdlets are created using CDXML so I’d expect them to work but it never hurts to test.

under: DNS, PowerShell v6

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