Resolve-DnsName: Resolving DNS Records with PowerShell

If you're managing web or mail servers, you know how heavily these servers rely on adequately configured DNS records. Missing DNS records can cause all sorts of problems, including users not being able to find your website or non-delivery of emails. It is a good thing that the PowerShell Resolve-DnsName cmdlet exists, and with it, monitoring DNS records can be automated through scripting.

Managing Standard and DNS Conditional Forwarder with PowerShell

Learn, the AD DNS forwarders and how you can manage them in your environment as an important part of your DNS infrastructure

Automate Boring Tasks with PowerShell DNS Cmdlets

Learn how to automate all of those boring DNS tasks with PowerShell DNS cmdlets!

How to Manage DNS Zones With PowerShell

If you find yourself making changes on your Microsoft DNS servers using the DNS MMC snap-in you're probably wasting a lot of time. Learn how to use PowerShell to add DNS zones and manage them entirely!

Snooping on DNS Queries with a Wireshark DNS Filter

If you've got a DNS issue, a Wireshark DNS filter can be your best friend. Why? Read on!

How to Fix Dynamic DNS Record Permissions in Active Directory

Stay tuned to this article for how to modify dynamic DNS record updates and credential permissions in Active Directory and fix them automatically using PowerShell.

Building a DNS Debug Log Parser with PowerShell

One of the first things you should do when troubleshooting a problem like this is to enable DNS debug logging. But when you're forced to look at the log debug logging creates, you're in for a rude awakening. Make it easier by creating a DNS debug log parser script with PowerShell!