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Changing the TTL value of a DNS record in Windows

 
I noticed that going to who.is/dns/<website>, the DNS TTL records for a domain were all set to 0, which meant that
every DNS request would require a new DNS lookup.
 
In the DnsMgmt MSC snap in it was impossible to change the TTL for individual records, until I saw you can press View>Advanced, to access the TTLs
 
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