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I have been just told that I must change the DNS settings on all of my windows servers (2003,2008r2, 2012) sometime this afternoon.  How can I do this remotely?    I am unfamiliar with Powershell.
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just be careful with interface name . check with IPconfig /all to make sure you are editing the proper interface setting. then use above article. test on a machine before you get your hands on the server.
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