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Reverse DNS Lookup view changed, can I get it back?

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I'm using Active Directory Integrated DNS. My reverse DNS zones use to look like 10.xxx.xxx.xxx. I had an issue and created a secondary zone within ther reverse look up section. Now all of my reverse zones look exactly like it says...Reverse!

xxx.xxx.xxx.in-addr-arpa

How can I get it back to the way it was? Can I delete the secondary zone I created?

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