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Help set DNS to obtain DNS server automatically in vbscript

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I made a mistake and set the DNS server address in vbscript how do I change it back for the DNS to obtain an address automatically...Thanks
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Go to Start, Control Panel, Network Connections

D-click your default network connection, Properties, d-click TCP/IP Protocol, select "Obtain DNS server address automatically"

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If that option is greyed out - click the Advanced button - click on the DNS tab - and see if an address in the box rings any bells...
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I apologize I mean in vbscript not manually. I am sorry. Thanks
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(Take out the #20010)

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Great - glad I could find some useful code for you to use.

Thank you.
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