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On Windows Server 2016 just type DNS in the search Box to quickly find the DNS console.

My Question: Is there a way to force the terminals that only have a forward lookup record entry to automatically update themselves in the reverse lookup zone?

In this tutorial, I’ll show you step by step instructions for configuring reverse DNS lookup zones and PTR Records on Windows Server 2016.

Reverse lookup zones are used to resolve IP addresses to a hostname.

Once clients start dynamically updating their DNS the PTR records should start populating.

You can also manually create PTR records for systems that are not configured to dynamically update. This is only needed if a system is not configured to dynamically update.

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