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DNS and AD Integrated zone

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I am planning to create 2 domains, ABC.com and XYZ.com
in each DNS I will create  AD Integrated zone that's the same as the domain name.
Now I wonder if I can replicate the AD Integrated zone from ABC.com to XYZ.com as AD Integrated zone  and vice versa .

I know that I can replicate an AD integrated zone from ABC.com to a secondary zone in XYZ.com and vice versa. But I think the inorder to replicate AD Integrated zone between DCs
they have to be both in the same domain.

Any idea?

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Darius Ghassem earned 500 total points
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You can only setup secondary zone for the other domain you can't have AD-integrated between domains.
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Tha's what I thought too
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You must setup zone transfers between the two which will allow for them to replicate with each other. This is a pretty easy process but the AD integrated isn't a option. That would nice if you could within the same forest.
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