Managing Dynamic DNS Remotely With Powershell

For those of us with Active Directory domains, we also have Microsoft DNS servers. And most likely, we also have dynamic DNS. DDNS is a technology that eases a lot of the burden of keeping DNS records current. By default, all Windows computers are set to create a DNS A record for themselves automatically and keep it up to date if their IP addresses change. This significantly reduces the labor of keeping thousands of DNS records current.

Dynamic DNS consists of two different components: the client component and the server component. Each piece must talk with the other in order to ensure the server takes care of the client that requested the change. Although DDNS typically requires little intervention, there are times when it becomes necessary to intervene.
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Adam Bertram

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Adam Bertram is an independent consultant, technical writer, trainer and presenter. Adam specializes in consulting and evangelizing all things IT automation mainly focused around Windows PowerShell. Adam is a Microsoft Windows PowerShell MVP, 2015 powershell.org PowerShell hero and has numerous Microsoft IT pro certifications. He authors IT pro course content for Pluralsight, is a regular contributor to numerous print and online publications and presents at various user groups and conferences.You can find Adam here on the blog or on Twitter at @adbertram.

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