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Does anyone know where I can find the wdnsperf.dll to install the dns service on a windows server 2003 x64 standard r2 server?  The .dll is not located within the i386 folder on the installation cd...I've looked high and low on the internets for this answer, and have come asking the EE Gods for help!

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however the file should be in c:\windows\system folder have you tried a search on the c drive including hidden and system files.
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