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    Automatically refresh local DNS cache?

    We've had a few DNS problems recently that have been resolved by manually flushing the DNS cache on the affected PC. Does anyone know if this can be set to action automatcially from the server? I've found one setting under the SOA tab (on the dns server) and it shows a TTL vale of 1 hour but I can't believe this is working properly or I'm getting the wrong idea about how it works as I'm no DNS expert. Other than that I've just found a reg entry that can be set on the local PC, but a bit of a pain put out everywhere.

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