dnscmd /recorddelete ?!?
Assume a DNS forward zone "example.com" contains two RRs for the same host e.g. first one got there via the normal NIC, the second when connected to the LAN via it's wireless NIC:
fred A 192.168.1.27
fred A 192.168.1.99
I can't make dnscmd delete just one of those records. This is what I'm trying:
dnscmd /recorddelete example.com. fred 192.168.1.99 A
But it deletes both of them.
So, does anyone know how to make dnscmd.exe just take out one?
Doh! Answer: Swap the last two bits around:
dnscmd /recorddelete example.com. fred A 192.168.1.99