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Posted on 2004-08-03
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OK I have a wired one here. I have just ran forestprep ect. to prepare for the first 2003 server to be installed
in a 2000 forest all was going fine, until it came to light that every 24 hours the Master DNS server (2000
server) keeps loosing all records for the new 2003 server. If I restart the 2003 server the records reappear in the
DNS records for a further 24 hours then just disappear again. This has been going on for four days now and as yet
I have not come up with a solution. Please any body help.
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adamdrayer earned 700 total points
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It sounds like your DNS server is caching-only.

Is it AD-Integrated?  Is it a DC?  is there other DNS servers?  IS there zones setup?  Are there SOA records?
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It is a working DNS server which is already running the original 2000 Domain and has been running for two years plus. Yes the DNS is AD-Intergrated, and the zones are already setup as are the SOA records.
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