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DNS Delegation issues with "Microsoft IT Environment Health Scanner Report"

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I'm using the "Microsoft IT Environment Health Scanner Report" to find any problems with AD/DNS on the network. One error I can't seem to resolve is "DNS delegation for the xxx.com zone on the xxxx.xxx.com server could not be verified as functioning correctly."

This shows up for each of our 4 domain controllers. I've checked the NS setup for the domain and all the DNS servers are listed.  DNS is working fine that I can tell.

Is this an error with the report or did I miss something?
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Chris Dent earned 500 total points
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It's actually pretty tricky to tell without context.

There's no way for me to tell you whether or not the error it shows is valid without knowing how your zones are set up and if it should be delegated or not.

Chances are it's something you can ignore, but I can't commit to that for sure.

Chris
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I kinda guessed it might be ignore-able.  Since everything else is working I'm going to let it go.

thanks for the feedback!
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