Friday, January 16, 2009

Enable DNS Client Group Policy "DNS Servers"

The following illustrates Enabling "DNS Servers" group policy.

1. Open group policy editor, using the command gpedit.msc.

2. In left panel, go to the node Computer Configuration - > Administrative Templates -> Network -> DNS Client, and in the right pane right click on "DNS Servers" and press properties context menu item.


3. In the DNS Servers dialog, select "Enabled" button and enter at least one DNS Server IP for example, 192.168.1.1.

1 comments:

Aakash Shah said...

Hello! When using this option, I noticed that the network properties GUI does not reflect the DNS addresses set from this group policy. How else can you determine whether the DNS server has been set?

Thanks.

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