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If you create the CNAME by using the “alias” part of the HOST, then yes. If you create a CNAME record that is not part of the HOST record, then no, you’ll have to find those separately and then manage them accordingly.
I don't have one handy but I've referred a customer who's done some scripting in this area to this thread to weigh in.
Hi GHorne, I'll try as follow: POST https://.../record:host?_return_fields=ipv4...

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