DNS Logs in Windows

On Windows 2012 and 2008 that is running DNS servers, is there any logs associated with the server.  I'm used to BIND, so I'm not as familiar with Windows logging.  Where would I look for any logging?
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Yves AccadNetwork Security EngineerCommented:
Yes the logs can be viewed in the Event Viewer which you can access from Control Panel > System and Security > Administrative Tools.

You then want to look at Applications and Services Logs > DNS Server.

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Joseph HornseyPresident and JanitorCommented:
If you don't see logs, make sure the settings on the DNS server are correct:

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Go to the DNS manager, right click on the server and go to Properties.
If you need more detailed logging, click on the other tab called "debug logging" you can instruct DNS to debug log much more.

See this link.
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