Active Administrator for DNS enables IT administrators to proactively manage, monitor and alert on Domain Name Server health and availability from a single, easy-to-use console.
As part of the Active Administrator family of products, DNS Management helps your organization ensure availability of DNS services to maintain access to critical corporate applications and web sites. Key features include:
Automate the monitoring and alerting of DNS health with scheduled tests. Domain tests validate common Active Directory DNS records required for operations.
Troubleshoot DNS issues or validate server functionality with DNS Analyzer. Administrators can easily test multiple DNS servers simultaneously for records such as MX or CNAME with the results printed in a clear report.
Manage any of the organization’s DNS records. Choose any DNS server in the organization and create, edit or delete DNS records as needed.
View DNS event logs with full searching and filtering of the records to aid in troubleshooting.
Quickly search DNS servers without having to use native tools. Save popular searches for future use and repeated testing.
1 GHz Pentium
1 GHz Pentium
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