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How to update DNS SUffix Search List via GPO on windows servers?

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Hello there,

How to update DNS Suffix Search List via GPO on windows servers?What is the setting in Computer configuration?

Please advise.

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Radhakrishnan R earned 2000 total points
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Hi,

Yes, you can set this from GPO

Computer Configuration>>Policies>>Administrative Templates>>Network>>DNS Client>>DS Suffix search list

If this only required for the domain controllers then you can enable this from default domain controller policy.

Hope this helps
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