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From: Paul T Laudenslager <>
Both of my NT4 DNS Servers (MS's) are remote from where I do my daily work.
Is there a way from an NT4 Workstation to be able to manage the NT4AS DNS
Servers remotely?

Yes. Copy \winnt\system32\dnsadmin.exe from an NT4.0 Server and copy it to
the same location on your NT 4.0 Workstation machine. When you run it on
there, create a domain with the same name as the one that your normal NT
Server lists. It'll pick up all the info etc.

Josh Hillman

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