- You can use DNSCMD.exe -- a Support Tools utility that allows entries to be created at the command line.Step 2 of 2:
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- Windows 2000 Platform SDK (Free from msdn.microsoft.com) will show you how.
- WMI Interfaces can mostly read information, but can do some setting in limited circumstances.
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