[dns-operations] What's New in DNS Server in Windows Server Technical Preview

Kumar Ashutosh Kumar.Ashutosh at microsoft.com
Mon Apr 13 05:55:40 UTC 2015


New or Improved


DNS Policies


You can configure DNS policies to specify how a DNS server responds to DNS queries. DNS responses can be based on client IP address (location), time of the day, and several other parameters. DNS policies enable location-aware DNS, traffic management, load balancing, split-brain DNS, and other scenarios.

New DNS records


You can now create Transport Layer Security Authentication (TLSA), and unknown records in DNS to support different DNS scenarios.

Windows PowerShell support


New Windows PowerShell cmdlets are available for DNS Server.

Policies with its Powershell interface
DANE support
Support to add unknown records (add new records or old unsupported records like SPF via unknown records API. You have to provide data in hexadecimal format)

More details here

Detailed guides will follow soon. For further information contact me.

Program Manager | Windows Networking| DNS & SDN

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