Documenting Microsoft DNS with Microsoft PowerShell V1.00
After releasing documentation scripts for Microsoft Active Directory and DHCP, I received a lot of requests for a script to document Microsoft DNS. Microsoft makes DNS cmdlets for Windows Server 2012 and higher. I sent out a request for testers and from their requests I added a lot more functionality to my initial script.
I would like to thank my new employer, Choice Solutions, for allowing me to finish this script on company time and also allowing me to start on the XenApp/XenDesktop 7.8+ script and updating the Active Directory script with Text and HTML output.
The script documents almost every nook and cranny of DNS that I can find a way to document using PowerShell. This script can be run remotely if RSAT is installed on the computer running the script. If the DNS server name is entered as localhost or an IP address, the script will attempt to resolve those to the actual server name. This script generates Microsoft Word, PDF, formatted text and HTML output.
The following items are documented:
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via Carl Webster