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i want to know how to complete a task on VM. Have created a Vm now how to add it to dns server and create a static record.
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Check to see if it has registered, you can check your DNS console or nslookup.   If you need to manually add an A record you can right click in the DNS console for that zone and add a record.

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On your DNS server, open up the DNS console under Administrative Tools (or Start > Run > dnsmgmt.msc). Expand your AD DNS zone. Right click the zone folder and add new Host (A) record. That will create a static IP for your VM. Alternatively you can enable dynamic DNS and allow the hosts to update their own dynamic DNS records or if the devices are using DHCP you can set the DHCP server to update/modify their DNS records as well.
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

Duplicate of www.experts-exchange.com/Software/VMWare/Q_28535175.html
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Both are best
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