DNS Zone transfer

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I am wanting to set up a primary DNS server.  I have 3 domains that I am hosting.  Each domain has it's own DC, BDC, and Exchange Server.  Is there a way that I can have the primary DNS server copy the zone information from the each domains PDC's?  The DNS server is not on any of the domains.  Currently, each DC is it's own DNS server.  
kwilliams123Asked:
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brwwigginsIT ManagerCommented:
Make your primary DNS server hold secondary zones of each of the three domains. Then configure the DCs in each of the 3 domains to perform zone transfers to your primary DNS server.

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kwilliams123Author Commented:
Perfect.  That was too easy.  I appreciate your fast and accurate response.
Mike KlineCommented:
You also use conditional forwarders or stub zones if you want name resolution to work between your domains.
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