DNS Record - Powershell

i been searching for a DNS Entry but cant seem to find it, tried multiple things.

any way to search for the entry via powershell and spit out the location?
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Jorge OcampoAsked:
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
In server 2008 there are no native powershell cmdlets to use for DNS query. Scripting  Guy has created a script to accomplish this using Get-DnsEntry.ps1. See the below link for details.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/heyscriptingguy/archive/2009/02/26/how-do-i-query-and-retrieve-dns-information.aspx

 Will.

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Ganesamoorthy STech LeadCommented:
Use Nslookup to query DNS entry, use [no]recurse, [no]debug  for advance query

http://www.windowstricks.in/2009/06/command-to-troubleshoot-dns-issue.html

or user a object query using csvde or any other tool
Jorge OcampoAuthor Commented:
i basically trying to find an A Record and change the IP but cant find it at all - i am in the DNS Server the is providing that record
Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
If you are in the DNS console and you cannot simply find an A (host) record by sorting by type then the record is probably not there. The easiest way to see if an A Record exists is using PING.

Ping the A (host) record and it your DNS server cannot find it using the name try typing in the full fqdn server1.domain.com. If that does not work then the record is not in the zone.

Will.
Jorge OcampoAuthor Commented:
thanks everyone i found the answer using nslookup RECORD -type soa to get a authoritative answer
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