How to apply Multiple DNS Suffix Search using Group Policy

In this article, we see about DNS suffix search. Domain name, such as “www.windowstechpro.com.”. With this setting enabled, when a user submits a query for a single-label name, such as “example”, a local. DNS client attaches a suffix, such as “windowstechpro.com”, resulting in the query “www.windowstechpro.com”, before. sending the query to a DNS server.

First we enable the DNS Suffix search list.

Open Run and Type gpedit.msc and click OK

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In Group Policy, open Computer Configuration -> Administrative Templates ->
Network -> DNS Client and open DNS Suffix Search List
2In DNS suffix search list select Enabled enter DNS Suffixes windowstechpro.com and click OK.
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Primary DNS Search Suffix: Type the Domain namespace

We can use group policy to set the Primary DNS suffix list. Open GPM create Group policy Named has DNS and right click Edit.

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In Computer Configuration -Policies – Administrative Templates – Network – DNS Client and click Primary DNS Suffix

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In primary DNS suffix select Enabled and enter Primary DNS suffix and click OK3

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Vetrivel Madeswaran

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