|Data type||Range||Default value|
|REG_DWORD||0x0 - 0x80000000||0x30F|
Prohibits DNS dynamic update of certain types of records.
This entry is a bitmask. To disable DNS dynamic update on a record type, set the bit for that record type to 1, or sum the hexadecimal values of the record types.
|0x0||No record types are restricted. DNS dynamic update is permitted on all record types.|
|0x4||Delegation NS records|
|0x8||Server host records|
|0x100||On secure dynamic update, exclude SOA records|
|0x200||On secure dynamic update, exclude root NS records|
|0x30F||On standard dynamic update, exclude NS, SOA, and server host records. On secure dynamic update, exclude root NS and SOA records. Allow delegations and server host updates.|
|0x400||On secure dynamic update, exclude delegation NS records|
|0x800||On secure dynamic update, exclude server host records|
|0x1000000||DS peer records|
|0x80000000||Disable DNS dynamic update.|
DNS reads its registry entries only when it starts. You can change entries while the DNS server is running by using the DNS console. If you change entries by editing the registry, the changes are not effective until you restart the DNS server.
Windows 2000 does not add this entry to the registry. You can add it by editing the registry or by using a program that edits the registry.
A value of 0x80000000 disables DNS dynamic update on the DNS server.
To find other registry entries related to DNS dynamic update, type "dynamic update" on the Search tab in this file.