This article covers some of the basic tools that can be used to create a toolbox.
It covers how to configure the tools to find your domains, what they search, and what the default options are.
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DnsToolbox toolbox A toolbox of tools can be created using the dnstoolbox package.
The toolbox has a number of options, which you can use to tweak the toolbox to your own liking.
The default options in the tool box are as follows: Select the domain to which you want to search for domains You can search for domain names that are already in the list of domains you want, or for domain objects that are in the same domain tree.
Select the search pattern to use When searching for a domain, the tool will search for any of the names or terms that are specified in the domain.
The patterns that are supported by the tool are: /domain,domain name,domain object,domain-search-string,domain (subdomain) This will match the current domain, if there is one.
If there is no domain, it will match a domain object.
/domain-name,domain,search-term,domain If the search term you want matches any of those patterns, it’s the domain that you want found.
If you do not specify a domain search term, the search will match all the domains that are within the domain tree, regardless of the current scope of the domain itself.
/search-pattern,domain When searching against a domain tree with a search pattern, the results are sorted alphabetically.
If the domain matches any one of those, the domain will be matched.
If not, the next domain in the tree will be used.
The result of a search is the list that is returned by the search, sorted by the number of results that match the search.
This is the first output.
/list If the first search returns an empty list, it indicates that the search is empty.
/show If the last search returns a list, then a message box is displayed.
This message box indicates that you should look at the result of the previous search, in order to see if there are any more results.
This will not be a useful method for browsing the results of the last or first search.
/delete-list If you delete a domain or domain object from the list, the list is deleted.
You cannot delete a DNS object from a domain list.
/resolve-domain If you resolve a domain to a domain name, the result is returned as a result.
/refresher If you refresh the result list, you can see the new or updated domains in the result.
This feature can also be used for querying the status of a domain.
/status If you press Ctrl-Shift-U to refresh the list while the tool is running, this opens the toolbar, allowing you to see the status information.
/reset-list When the tool stops running, the tools status and options are reset.
To reset, press Ctrl+O.
This option allows you to clear the tool, reset the options, or restore the list.
If an option is not cleared, it is automatically set to its default value.
/reload When the tools window is opened, you are asked to refresh it, so that you can find out the latest version of the tool.
The reload option clears the tool list, which means that the tool can be re-used, and it’s ready for use.
The new tool may have been updated in the previous run, or it may have just been updated to a new version.
/run If you select this option, the script is run for each user that is running the tool in the script list.
This means that you need to specify a name for each individual user that you wish to run the tool against.
The name must be unique for each users machine, or otherwise it will not work.
/sync If you choose this option to run against a list of machines, the command will be run on all the machines that are running the list in the scripts list.
You will need to set the target machine as well, which can be done by changing the machine to a machine that is the same as the one that will be running the script.
The script will then run against that machine.
/update The script updates the list automatically as the tool runs.
This can be useful if you want the tool to update frequently.
If it is a tool that has no scheduled updates, then you can set it to run automatically if it receives updates for a certain time period.
To set it up, add a new script to the list and then enter the following command: script my_script.sh To run it against a target machine, enter the command: my_target.sh The script can be run against multiple machines in a run, which makes it useful for checking the status, and for checking that you have updated the