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Active Integrated Zone Accidentaly Deleted + Event ID 4515

Posted on 2006-12-01
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Dear Expert .
I got this error Event ID 4515
then i stoped all dns services on all DCs execpt one
turn off AD integration for the zones that has the error
Restart DNS service
Reenable AD integration on the zone
Start the DNS service on the other DNS servers then solved the problem on some DCs

then i by mistake i deleted the Active Integrated Zone then i add it again then
i ran the command netdiag /fix it was showing registerring some records then restart netlogon service

then i ran command netdiag /fix again and it shows everything passed then i ran DCdiag and no errors were there

but the zone seems like rebuilding again i used to ahve 800 records and now it keep on increasing yesterday it was 100 and now it is 360 so
my question is if the above process was right and how to confirm that DNS is 100 % fine
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Shankadude earned 500 total points
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for the part of rebuilding your AD zone, yes, this looks correct.

Don't forget to stop and start netlogon on all domain controllers to re-register the resource records.
Also you could do ipconfig /registerdns on your domain controllers and member servers.

The rest of the hosts will be entered as soon as they reboot when you use dynamic dns.
Still getting the 4515?
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by:hussainalturky
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NO im not getting 4515 any more
thank you so much
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