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How to get rid of the DNS events id 3150

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How to get rid of the useless DNS events id 3150 that confirm a zone has been updated correctly.

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Please copy and paste the event.
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Go to the DNS Server Management snapin (Start > Run > dnsmgmt.msc) and right-click on the servername and goto properties.   Then click on the Event Logging tab.

From there you can select the logging level you want (No events, Errors only, Errors and warnings, or All events)

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Gary
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