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Hi,
when i look into dns entries in windows 2008 server. they are not sorted by any order. can i sort them?
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by:Krzysztof Pytko
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Yes, just click on column which you want to sort :)
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Can you not just list in detail view and click on column heading ? I dont understand fully what you mean, are you talking about the list in the DNS management console ?
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in dns, if you go to reverse look up zone. i want to sort them by ip address , not by name,type ,data and timestamp(only these options are available).
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But in the serve lookup, the name IS the IP address ? at least on my setup here, what is in the name column on your server for any of the reserve lookup entries ?
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by:Steve
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you can sort them by IP by clicking on the column header 'name' which contains the IP address when in reverselookup.

If this isnt good enough, try using DHCP instead as this keeps a record of all addresses given out and is in IP order by default (look in 'address leases' or 'leases')
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@shaz80 did you have all the info you needed now ? or ?
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