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.
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.
Thank you, Mark!
All works now.
Just one note – SolidCP does not show records longer than 255 characters.
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).
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 think Windows 2012 (not r2) should also supposed MS DNS Powershell:
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.
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