Our SolidCP can not visualize 3rd-level DNS records. Users can not edit these records. For example the _domainkey is subzone of the primary zone and all entries inside can’t be edited in the panel.
What DNS provider are you using? (for example MS DNS, or MS DNS 2012+? )
The older provider (MS DNS, for windows server 2008 R2 or below) is known to have such issue, however the later one (MS DNS 2012+, for Windows 2012 and above) should have no such issue.
I think Windows 2012 (not r2) should also supposed MS DNS Powershell:
Yes. I can edit 3-rd level DNS records using PowerShell or locally in the DNS console, but our users can’t do that in the SolidCP.
I mean you can use the MS DNS 2012+ provider instead of the original MS DNS provider which should solve the problem (as Windows 2012 (non-r2) supports MS DNS Powershell commands).
Thank you, Mark!
All works now.
Just one note – SolidCP does not show records longer than 255 characters.
On the note part: It’s actually MS DNS which has a 256 char limit, however in ms dns you can split them up using \ and multiple lines, SolidCP does not have this functionality yet.
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