Administrative Contact

The 'administrative contact' of a domain name is authorized to act on behalf of the registrant of the domain name.

The administrative contact does not have the right to change the registrant of a domain name, but may change any of the other contacts.

This contact may also make technical settings to the domain such as updating the DNS or zone file.
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