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I have a DNS server A (Windows 2003) and DNS server B (Window 2000).  Server A hosts the primanry zone for test.com and Server B hosts the secondary zone from test.com.  When Server B pulls down the test.com records from Server A, it does not include the _msdcs.test.com folder.  Is that normal?
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Yes - _mcdcs is a different zone

Any reason why you are not using AD Integrated DNS - its much more efficient, secure and integrated and you don't need to worry then about such things ?
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i would have a read through this...
http://www.block.net.au/help/dns-basics/
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