How can I setup Microsoft’s DNS server to respond with an IP address when an ‘A’ record does not exist?
For example, let’s say someone goes to
but there’s no ‘A’ record for the subdomain, something.mydomain.com. Is it possible to still have Microsoft’s DNS Server respond with a valid (default) IP for the domain? I know that other DNS providers do provide this feature but I haven’t figured it out yet with Microsoft.
Thanks in advance for your time and consideration.
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