Policy-based DNS in Windows Server 2016

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Conclusions

Policy-based DNS is a powerful tool that gives you a superior approach to customizing name resolution under Windows Server 2016 to suit your organization's needs. Unfortunately, managing it is quite a confusing experience right now, which is preventing the rapid spread of this technology. If you already routinely automate IT processes with PowerShell, though, you can immediately benefit from policy-based DNS.

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