In the past, I've been in a situation troubleshooting the dynamic registration of AD specific DNS records from domain controllers against a 3rd party DNS server. As far as I'm aware, the netlogon service is responsible for these registrations and does a full pass each time it is started and on some regular interval (once an hour?).
So if I don't want to wait for the regular interval and I'd rather not restart the netlogon service (or reboot the DC), is there any other way to coerce netlogon into re-registering these records?
ipconfig /registerdns works for the DC's own A/PTR records. But I need a similar method for the rest of the AD SRV/A/CNAME records.
The closest thing I found in my web searching was this blog post which talks about
netdiag /fix. But apparently the netdiag utility no longer exists and the post implies that it would only re-register things that are missing. I've also tried various combinations of
dcdiag /fix with no luck.