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DNS management, Server 2008 r2 to Amazon

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Hi All,
     I have a project to migrate all DNS management from a local DNS configuration on server 2008 to Route 53 to match the site hosting and redundancy. I would like to reduce the admin overhead overhead here (multiple domains to transfer) and was hoping for help from someone that may have done this before. I have researched a number of ways to export information but it deems a little flunky.

 - Best way to export All DNS entries from Server 2008
      I need to data exported in a manageable format

 - Confirmation of data format requirement for Route 53
     Drop to .csv or .txt to re-import and/or upload
 
From the above two points i should be able to fill the gap in to complete the project

Many thanks
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download DNSshell (only works with powershell 2.0)

http://dnsshell.codeplex.com/

Import-Module "C:\test\DnsShell" #The path to the DnsShell Module
$DNSserver = "DNS server FQDN name"
$Outpath = "c:\test\test.txt"
$Zones = Get-DnsZone -Server $DNSserver 
foreach ($Zone in $Zones)
{
Get-DnsRecord -ZoneName $Zone.ZoneName -Server $DNSServer -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue | ft * -autosize | Out-File $Outpath -Append
}

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Thanks ill take a look
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Thanks guys I ended up using powershell to complete.
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