Microsoft’s September patch release is a real doozy, especially because of the danger posed by a zero-day exploit that targets the .Net Framework.
By using the PowerShell script provided in this article, you can discover your DNS forwarders configuration and modify the settings if required.
Your DNS database is probably filled with stale records. The first step in removing the stale records is to check if the DNS aging feature is enabled.
We explain how you can use a simple PowerShell script to get a list of static DNS records and identify the entries that are no longer needed.
This PowerShell script will collect domain controller event logs to help you understand the errors and warnings reported on all your domain controllers.