You want to modify the DNS Server settings.
Open the DNS Management snap-in.
If an entry for the DNS server you want to connect to does not exist, right-click on DNS in the left pane and select Connect to DNS Server. Select This computer or The following computer, enter the server you want to connect to (if applicable), and click OK.
Click on the server, right-click on it, and select Properties.
There will be several tabs you can choose from to edit the server settings.
Click OK to commit the changes after you’ve completed your modifications.
With the following command, replace
<Setting> with the name of the
setting to modify and
the value to set:
> dnscmd <
DNSServerName> /config /<
set objDNS = GetObject("winMgmts:root\MicrosoftDNS") set objDNSServer = objDNS.Get("MicrosoftDNS_Server.Name="".""") objDNSServer.<
Setting> = <
Value> ' e.g. objDNSServer.AllowUpdate = TRUE objDNSServer.Put_
The Microsoft DNS server supports a variety of settings to configure
everything from scavenging and forwarders to logging. With the DNS
Management snap-in, the settings are spread over several tabs in the
Properties property page. You can get a list of these settings by
/config from a command line. For the CLI and VBScript solutions, the setting names are nearly identical. In the VBScript solution, be sure to call ...