DNS services stop and start challange

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  1. Maximus

    Maximus Guest

    Every morning and evening I stop and start the Microsoft DNS service on my 3 NT Servers. I want create a better way to do this rather than going to each server. It seems that I could probably create some sort of batch file using net stop and just place it on my desktop and double click. Am I looking in the right direction? Does any one have any other ideas to shoot out?
     
  2. 5Gen_Prelude

    5Gen_Prelude There might not be an "I" in the word "Team", but

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    Not sure why you're doing that, but regardless, you can do exactly what you're saying, put the net stop commands you want to run in a batch file, use the task scheduler to execute them.
     
  3. bal

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    1. use Linux
    2. use NIS/yp
    3. ???
    4. profit
     
  4. Woodmaster

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    See above ^^^.

    else;

    Install redhat on them
    Install Apache (php + mysql + phpmyadmin)
    Install Cpanel (dont be a pussy, go for the gold)

    Profit.
     
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    err, the two asshats recommending linux can go suck a fat dick... That is not what he asked. Linux is not the be-all end-all solution.
     
  6. 6speedTL

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    right on...



    yes, you can use the net command or the sc command to do this...search 'sc.exe restart services' on Google or just go to prompt and type sc /? (the help is good)....then, like 5G_Prelude said, use Task Scheduler in Control Panel to execute at a certain time. This should be very simple for you to do.
     

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