How do I edit my DNS Records? (WSP)

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Step 1) In order to update a DNS entry within your Windows Control Panel you will first need to select the 'Domains' option from the front screen.

Selecting your Domains

Step 2) Select the Domain Name that you wish to make DNS changes to from the list of Domain Names you currently have setup.

Selecting your Domain Name

Step 3) Select the 'Edit DNS Zone Records' from the right hand side of your screen.

Editing the DNS Zone

Step 4) On the next page you will see all of the default DNS entries for your Domain Name. In order to change an entry you simply need to click on the pencil icon at the start of the Row to make changes to it. If you wish to add a new record all together then select the 'Add Record' option from the top of the page.

Editing or Adding a Record

Below is a link to our Knowledgebase Article which goes over some of the more common DNS Record types that are available: 

- Types of DNS Records and What they do

If you have any issues updating your DNS records of if you would like an SBH Technician to help you make changes then please create a support ticket via your client management portal.

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