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how to export zone files from a linux dns and import them into a windows dns server

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Hi ,
we want to export the zone files from a linux dns server and import them into a windows dns server. The windows will be the primary dns server and will replace the linux.

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Create the zones on the windows server. Then just copy the data in the zone files in linux (look in /etc/named.conf to find the data files location) and paste the data in the corrisponding files in c:\windows\system32\dns\*.dns

You may have to restart the dns service when you edit those files manually, I'm not sure I've never done it.
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