How Do I Find DNS Settings in Windows Server?


Heather Bennett

Are you looking to find DNS settings in Windows Server? Look no further!

In this tutorial, we will walk you through the process step by step. So, let’s get started!

Method 1: Using the Control Panel

If you prefer a graphical user interface (GUI), follow these steps:

  1. Step 1: Click on the Start menu and open the Control Panel.
  2. Step 2: In the Control Panel, click on Network and Internet.
  3. Step 3: Under Network and Internet, select Network and Sharing Center.
  4. Step 4: In the Network and Sharing Center, locate and click on Change adapter settings.
  5. Step 5: Right-click on your network connection (Ethernet or Wi-Fi) and choose Properties.
  6. Step 6: Scroll down to find and select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4). Then, click on the Properties button.

Congratulations! You have successfully found your DNS settings using the Control Panel method.

Method 2: Using Command Prompt (CMD)

If you prefer using the Command Prompt for a more direct approach, follow these steps:

  1. Step 1:Type “CMD” in the Windows search bar to open the Command Prompt.
  2. Step 2: In the Command Prompt window, type “ipconfig /all” and press Enter.

You will now see a list of information related to your network connections. Look for the section labeled “DNS Servers” to find your DNS settings.


In this tutorial, we explored two different methods to find DNS settings in Windows Server. The first method involved using the Control Panel, which provides a user-friendly interface.

Alternatively, you can use the Command Prompt for a more direct approach. Both methods will help you locate your DNS settings quickly and easily.

We hope this guide has been helpful in assisting you with finding DNS settings in Windows Server. Feel free to refer back to this tutorial whenever you need a refresher!

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