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Altering DNS zones from the command line or using COM?

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I'm looking for a way to automate DNS zone updates without having to stop and start the DNS service.  Is there any way to access the DNS settings using a COM object?  I know I can do it by manipulating the zone files directly, but I believe this method requires me to stop and restart the DNS service for the changes to take effect, and I'd like to avoid doing that if possible.
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Question by:lqdengi
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    howdy,

    have a look at this http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/dnswinnt/chapter/ch04.html

    hope that it helps
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