This blog contains the brief descriptions and syntax of the Windows PowerShell cmdlets that are for use in administering the DnsClient service-specific cmdlets.
The DNS Client is capable of resolving the IP address of a host from the host’s name. It does this by sending DNS requests to a DNS Server. The IP address of a DNS Server is specified in the network interface configuration file or can be obtained from the DHCP Server for the Local Area Network.
The DNS Client caches the resolved IP addresses. The length of time the resolved host IP address is kept in the local cache depends on the Time to Live (TTL) timeout. This is returned in an answering packet from the DNS Server. The next time a DNS is requested, the cache table is checked first. If a valid host is found, the IP address is resolved from the cache and no actual DNS request is sent to the DNS Server.
You must use the DNS Client when a remote host uses a Dynamic IP, which changes each time the remote host logs on to the Internet.
By default on Windows Server 2016 or Windows server 2019 this module will be installed
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References are taken from official Microsoft websites