This article is a simple exercise in Drag & Drop, TextFile IO, and Batching.
So my business partner and I were migrating our DNS information from BIND on one of our Linux boxes to a new Windows 2003 machine. In the documentation for Windows DNS, we found that you could simply move the Zone files created by BIND for our DNS Zones to the Windows DNS directory, rename them, and voila, you have a copy of DNS records.
As with all things that sound simple, they usually aren't. Windows didn't like the formatting of the Linux BIND files because they had only the \n for line feed / carriage return, and Windows wanted more. Windows uses \n\r for new lines. Well, I knew there were probably utilities out there for converting Linux (and other) ASCII files to Windows style ASCII files.
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password extract file : ZonaNet