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Windows Server 2008 Portable Command Guide: MCTS 70-640, 70-642, 70-643, and MCITP 70-646, 70-647 by Darril Gibson

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Chapter 6. Using nslookup

This chapter provides information and commands concerning the following topics:

Verifying records with nslookup

Configuring DNS for nslookup

Using nslookup without PTR records

Using nslookup without a reverse lookup zone

Note

Commands in this chapter are run on a domain controller named DC1 in the pearson.pub domain. The server is a DNS server with an Active Directory integrated (ADI) DNS zone named pearson.pub.

Tip

You should be familiar with dnscmd when preparing for the 70-646 and 70-647 exams.

Verifying Records with nslookup

You can use the nslookup command to query the Domain Name System (DNS) server and diagnose different issues with DNS. The most common reason to use nslookup is to check for records. ...

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