01-12-2017 07:11 AM
This is probably a silly question, but I'm unable to find an answer so I have to ask haha.
I'm trying to use the CSV Import function to delete host records that aren't actually enabled in DNS - basically they're reservations used for migrations and I want to delete them once the migration is complete. I see where there's a "delete" radio button for the CSV Import, but when I use a file with the following columns:
It errors out and says that a parent cannot be found.
Is there a different column that needs to be present in order for these records to be deleted? Or is it simply not possible to do using CSV Import?
05-05-2017 11:10 AM
There is a KB #3709 article on the support site which describe the similar issue.
Depending on the scenario, one of the following solutions may apply: - When the user wants the host record to be enabled in DNS, reformat the 'fqdn*' field for the hostrecord as 'host.zonename', where a zone 'zonename' should be present in DNS. - When the host record should not be enabled in DNS, Add the following header and value to disable host record in DNS: Header: configure_for_dns Value: FALSE