DNS Client (Dnscache) Service on Windows Server 2008
What is the "DNS Client (Dnscache)" system service on Windows Server 2008? Can I disable "DNS Client"?
"DNS Client (Dnscache)" is a Windows Server 2008 service that caches Domain Name System (DNS) names and registers the full computer name for this computer. If the service is stopped, DNS names will continue to be resolved. However, the results of DNS name queries will not be cached and the computer's name will not be registered.
Detailed information on "DNS Client" service:
Service name: Dnscache Display name: DNS Client Execution command: C:\Windows\System32\svchost.exe -k NetworkService Dependencies: NetIO Legacy TDI Support Driver Network Store Interface Service Impacts: Network Connectivity Assistant
"DNS Client" service is provided by the svchost.exe program, see "svchost.exe Executable Program on Windows Server 2008" for details.
Disabling "DNS Client" service may cause any issues on running Windows Server 2008,
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