How to use command line options
When Simple DNS Plus is running, you can use the following command line (DOS prompt) options:
(Make sure you run these from the directory where Simple DNS Plus is installed)
SDNSPLUS -z z:<zone-name> [f:<file-name>] [p:<primary-ip>] [g:<group-id>]
Loads, re-loads, and/or updates the status of a specific zone.
The f:file-name parameter is only required if this is a new zone. Specify the full path to the file, and make sure to use quotes if the path contains spaces ("f:C:\my dns data...")
The p:primary-ip parameter is only required if this is a secondary zone.
The g:group-id is optional and refers to the numerical zone group ID.
SDNSPLUS -u <zone-name>
Unloads / removes a zone.
Removes all records from the cache.
Same as selecting "Clear Cache" from the main window / File menu.
Deprecated - available for backwards compatibility only and will eventually be removed. Use "NET STOP sdnsplus" instead.
Shutdown Simple DNS Plus.
SDNSPLUS -m <password>
Enables remote management and sets the remote management password (see Options / Remote Management section).
This can be used to gain remote access to Simple DNS Plus - for example on a Server Core machine - see https://simpledns.com/kb/119.
SDNSPLUS -b <to-file>
Makes a backup of the live SQLite database use by Simple DNS Plus.
Can be used in scripts and schedulers to automate backups.
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