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Heather Oliver is a Technical Writer for Constellix and DNS Made Easy, subsidiaries of Tiggee LLC. She’s fascinated by technology and loves adding a little spark to complex topics. Want to connect? Find her on LinkedIn.
It’s always good practice to check your DNS configurations. Luckily, there’s an easy way to do just that. Windows has two command line utilities that let you test and verify your DNS: Windows Command Prompt and Windows PowerShell.
Having to remember all these commands can be a chore, though. That’s why we’ve created this command cheat sheet. Just download it and you’ll have the most common DNS commands at the click of a mouse.
The commands in this cheat sheet are DNS-specific. You’ll be able to retrieve and verify DNS records, troubleshoot host resolution, check server speeds, run a traceroute, and more.
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