Exporting DNS records via PowerShell

I want to Export DNS zones via Powershell to a excel sheet.

Does anyone know how to do this.
I am really new to powershell.

I will need timestamps with this, etc..

thanks
techgeniousAsked:
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Neil RussellTechnical Development LeadCommented:
Read here, everything you want to know about AD, DNS and powershell
http://www.indented.co.uk/index.php/2008/12/30/administering-microsoft-dns-in-powershell/
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techgeniousAuthor Commented:
thanks a little too complicated for me.
I'm a big time beginner concerning powershell.
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Leon FesterSenior Solutions ArchitectCommented:
I don't have a powershell command, but you can do it directly from the DNS console.
Just right-click the zone, and select Export List.
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techgeniousAuthor Commented:
Does that give me time stamps etc?
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Leon FesterSenior Solutions ArchitectCommented:
It did when I last ran the export.
I think in Windows XP it didn't export the timestamps unless you went and enabled the advanced view.

Click view, click advanced.

If it's a static record then it'll say static,  otherwise the timestamp should be displayed.
Both will be in the same column.

Why don't you try it, it won't break anything.
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