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How to dump the DNS Resolver Cache?

Tyson0317
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Hi All,

The DNS resolver cache on my machine is causing some problems. I do not know how often it is dumped by default, but I need it to dump about every 60 seconds. I have been doing it manually through a command window running ipconfig /flushdns and I suppose I could write a scheduled script to do the same every minute, but there has to be some better to do this. Registry or a .ini file that controls the time interval in Windows... Searched on microsoft support to no avail - some gotta know this...

Thanks,

Tyson
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Well, may be needed some more search ? :-) here it is;

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;318803

Cheers,
Rajesh

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