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Update associated pointer (PTR) record

Posted on 2011-02-26
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Dear All,

I’m looking for a command line to make a check in “Update associated pointer (PTR) record” in all DNS A record, the revere zones almost empty, so i need to check this settings.

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Daniel McAllister earned 500 total points
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I am not aware of any command-line tool that quite does what you're looking for -- not in Windows, and not in Linux.

However, writing a shell (or power shell) routine to do so wouldn't be all that hard -- assuming you have access to the forward zone file.

Dan
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