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Restore DNS Record

Posted on 2016-11-18
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One DNS record was accidentally deleted on MS Windows 2008 AD controller. What is the easiest way to restore?
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by:CompProbSolv
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If you know the details, go to the DNS server and manually recreate it.
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by:exhuser
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What if I don't. Is there a file/folder that I can simply restore?
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Scott Silva earned 250 total points
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Unless someone kept records or had AD recycle bin enabled there isn't much you can do...
 You can try a lookup on a system that might still have a cached copy.
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by:OnlineSupport
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What Type record was it? just internal forward A, external? SVR? if it just a local Workstation \ server it re register with DNS anyway
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