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secondary DNS server question...

Posted on 2003-12-09
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Ok, so here's the problem...   I have one server running windows 2000 server that hosts about 80 domains' DNS info as primary dns server.  I have another server in a different location that hosts all those domains as secondary dns server.  At the time, I manualy added secondary dns server info for each domain, one by one, because they were added gradually.  Now I have a third server that will act as a 3rd dns server, hence it needs to have same exact info as secondary dns server.

I would like to find a way to be able to add all these domains to the 3rd server, without having to go one by one, and typing the domain name, and setting the ip of primary dns server...

I tried to copy the dns folder from the second server to the third, but this doesnt show up under DNS, the only way I see to do this is having to go one by one...

is there any faster way to do this?

thanks!
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There are couple of ways:

DNSdump script:
http://www.jsiinc.com/SUBL/tip5600/rh5695.htm

Microsoft way:
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=280061

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