How To Quickly Find Out DNS Server Information In Windows

nslookup through Windows command prompt
Here is a quick way to find out the primary DNS server IP address in use by Windows  : 1. Open Windows command prompt and simply type “nslookup”. Type “quit” to exit back to the command prompt. 2. This will display the primary/preferred DNS server being used by Windows. This can be useful for troubleshooting connectivity issues as well as for reference. To get the...