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Register DNS records with connection-specific DNS suffix

GPO PowerShell Regedit CMD

In PowerShell we can use Get-GPRegistryValue cmled to identify the registry key(s) associated with:


More information about Get-GPRegistryValue can be found on this link:

https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/grouppolicy/get-gpregistryvalue?view=win10-ps


For Enabled we get:

Description:

Specifies if a computer performing dynamic DNS registration will register A and PTR resource records with a concatenation of its computer name and a connection-specific DNS suffix, in addition to registering these records with a concatenation of its computer name and the primary DNS suffix.

By default, a DNS client performing dynamic DNS registration registers A and PTR resource records with a concatenation of its computer name and the primary DNS suffix. For example, a computer name of mycomputer and a primary DNS suffix of microsoft.com will be registered as: mycomputer.microsoft.com.

If you enable this policy setting, a computer will register A and PTR resource records with its connection-specific DNS suffix, in addition to the primary DNS suffix. This applies to all network connections used by computers that receive this policy setting.

For example, with a computer name of mycomputer, a primary DNS suffix of microsoft.com, and a connection specific DNS suffix of VPNconnection, a computer will register A and PTR resource records for mycomputer.VPNconnection and mycomputer.microsoft.com when this policy setting is enabled.

Important: This policy setting is ignored on a DNS client computer if dynamic DNS registration is disabled.

If you disable this policy setting, or if you do not configure this policy setting, a DNS client computer will not register any A and PTR resource records using a connection-specific DNS suffix.



Supported on:

At least Windows Server 2003 operating systems or Windows XP Professional

For Disabled we get: