DNS command for creating PTR Records for every A Record

Hello... in a windows 2008 dns i want to ask if there is a way maybe with dnscms.exe to create PTR Records for every A record of a forward lookup zone. Maybe with a powershell script ? Or with dnscmd.exe

Thanks
Anestis PsomasSystem and Network AdministratorAsked:
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Mohamed KhairyEnterprise Solutions ArchitectCommented:
What is the typy of your DHCP?

is it Windows DHCP or another one?
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Anestis PsomasSystem and Network AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Let's leave out DHCP server..  The scenario is for our public DNS.. Is there something we can do with scripts or something else ?

Thanks a lot for your time ;)

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Mohamed KhairyEnterprise Solutions ArchitectCommented:
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Anestis PsomasSystem and Network AdministratorAuthor Commented:
Thanks !!
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