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Deleting a DNS Zone

Posted on 2006-11-08
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I have a domain with two DNS Zones. The first one is mydomain.com with ip addressing 192.168.1.xxx and other one is mysecond.info with ip address 192.168.20.xxx. Mysecond.info was added because we had to separate an application server from the main domain. Now, I would like to upgrade the application server from windows 2000 to windows 2003, rename it and join it with mydomain.com ip addressing. How should I go about it?
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Hi  gayagaya2

look for this

1.To access the DNS Functions Menu, click on DNS Functions, on the main screen of your WebHost Manager interface.

2.Click on Delete a DNS Zone.

3.Click on the required DNS zone from the displayed list and click on Delete.

if this does not works see also the following url:

http://technet2.microsoft.com/WindowsServer/en/library/4b389211-0405-414d-bb4e-181c1ebd431d1033.mspx?mfr=true

Regards

Alex_Code
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