When running DCDiag /v /test:DNS I receive the following warning
"The A record for this DC was found
The SOA record for the Active Directory zone was not found
Warning: The Active Directory zone on this DC/DNS server was not found (probably a misconfiguration)
Root zone on this DC/DNS server was not found"
The DNS test passes but I am concerned about this message. We currently have a 5 Root dc's that are all DNS servers strategically placed geographically across the company. We have 5 child domains that have no DNS servers except the new child domain we are migrating to. There are four DCs in the new child domain and we have made the decision to make those AD Integrated, receiving all zones from the root DC's of the forest. (which was done first before making the new child domain controllers DNS servers).
If I logon to a new child domain DNS server and click on the root domain (xyz.int) I see the child domain DNS server as the SOA record. If I click down to the new child domain dns (newchild.xyz.int) there is no SOA record for that DC. This seems to be what the dcdiag is complaining about.
Any ideas if I can ingore this or do I truly have a misconfiguration as the warning states.