How Do I Find My DNS Server PowerShell?


Larry Thompson

Are you wondering how to find your DNS server using PowerShell? Look no further!

In this tutorial, we will walk you through the steps to help you easily locate your DNS server using the power of PowerShell. Let’s get started!

Step 1: Open PowerShell

To begin, we need to open PowerShell. You can do this by pressing the Windows key on your keyboard and typing “PowerShell”. Then, click on the Windows PowerShell app that appears in the search results.

Step 2: Run the Command

Once you have PowerShell open, you’re ready to run the command that will retrieve your DNS server information. Type or copy and paste the following command into the PowerShell window:


Note: Make sure you have administrative privileges to run this command.

Step 3: View Your DNS Server Information

After running the command, PowerShell will display a list of information related to your DNS server(s). Look for the “ServerAddresses” property, which will provide you with the IP addresses of your DNS servers.

If you have multiple DNS servers configured, they will be displayed as a comma-separated list. Each IP address represents a different DNS server.

Example Output:

InterfaceAlias       Interface Address ServerAddresses
---------------       --------- ------- ---------------
Ethernet                    {8.8.8, 8.4.4}
Wi-Fi                          192.0.5          {8.8}

In this example, the DNS server for the Ethernet interface is set to “8.8” and “8.4”, while the DNS server for the Wi-Fi interface is set to “8.8”.


By following these simple steps, you can easily find your DNS server using PowerShell. Remember, PowerShell is a powerful tool that allows you to automate various tasks and retrieve valuable system information.

Now that you have learned how to find your DNS server using PowerShell, you can take advantage of this knowledge to troubleshoot network issues or configure your DNS settings more effectively.

Happy PowerShell scripting!

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