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Nov 08, 2017 Display DNS cache on Windows | The Electric Toolbox Blog Display DNS cache on Windows It is possible on Windows to display the DNS cache from the command line. This can be useful for diagnosing DNS issues where an invalid or out of date DNS record might be cached. This post looks at how to displayed cached DNS records on Windows, and a post from Wednesday looked at how to flush the DNS cache on Windows.
In addition, Microsoft® Windows® offers nslookup, a built-in tool for checking your DNS records from the command line. To access nslookup, open a command prompt window by selecting Start > All Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt. Check a DNS record
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