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NAPTR support?

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    dotnetjunkie

    Is it somehow possible to use NAPTR records in Microsoft DNS?

    If not, will this be added in the next release?

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    Wilfried​Bonaire

    Did you have any reply on this (old) thread?
    I'm very interested if this is possible, or any other information you might have got on this subject.
    Anything planned in Windows "Longhorn" perhaps?

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    dotnetjunkie

    Unfortunately, no, and even now, 2 years later, only this post shows up when doing a web search for NAPTR on Windows DNS!

    I completely forgot that I asked this same question back then already, and still have the same problem today!

    Nowadays, NAPTR records are needed A LOT, and still, Microsoft didn't release an update to make their DNS support it... I'm baffled.

    I really hope that this message catches the attention of someone at Microsoft, and that they can forward this question to the windows team?

    Is it finally supported in Windows 2008 Server?
    I can't fire up a VPC right now, so can someone running Longhorn beta3 please have a look?

    Thanks!

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    Ricsip

    dotnetjunkie said:
    Unfortunately, no, and even now, 2 years later, only this post shows up when doing a web search for NAPTR on Windows DNS!

    I completely forgot that I asked this same question back then already, and still have the same problem today!

    Nowadays, NAPTR records are needed A LOT, and still, Microsoft didn't release an update to make their DNS support it... I'm baffled.

    I really hope that this message catches the attention of someone at Microsoft, and that they can forward this question to the windows team?

    Is it finally supported in Windows 2008 Server?
    I can't fire up a VPC right now, so can someone running Longhorn beta3 please have a look?

    Thanks!

    Haha, +2 years and still nobody cares about you Smiley

    Nobody in the world will find this topic, so dont expect any single MS person will raise his finger to do anything.

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    hanyforever

    its there in windows 2008 R2

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