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Exporting DNS zone records from Windows DNS

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I have a domain which the zone records are setup on windows 2008 r2 server DNS service. This domain has sub-domains setup which look like folders under the main domain from the windows DNS gui.  I know it has the export list in the windows DNS gui but I see over a hundred sub-domains.  Doing the export list from the gui would take a long time.   Is there a quicker way to export the domain and its sub-domains to a csv.
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You can do this using dnscmd command line tool.
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/304489

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This helped,  Thanks.
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