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How do you automatically add multiple dns suffixes to ipconfig?

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Do I do it using DHCP Scope Option 15?  If so, how do I add multiple DNS suffixes?  Do I use a delimiter such as a comma?

Or should I do it using GPO?
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If you mean via DHCP you can't (unfortunately).

But you're right in thinking you can through GPO, and you're also correct that it's comma delimited - I would recommend doing it that way unless you wanted to use a script to do it.

Chris
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Hi,

If you want to script it, regini.exe is imho a good tool.

The method, and a sample script, can be found here :

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/275553

Don't hesitate to ask if you need more specific info.

HTH
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