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Migrating DNS

Posted on 2011-02-22
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Hi all,

Looking for some answers. I am in the process of upgrading a Server 2000 domain to Server 2003. The new server is in the network and is a DC, I am trying to setup DNS so that this server can take over as the primary DNS server, however I cannot seem to get all of the DNS entries to replicate from the original zone on the Server 2000 machine. I have noticed that the Server 2000 machine DNS server is not running ActiveDirectory-integrated zones. (From the properties of the server under DNS)

I have run netdiag and dcdiag tests and it is passing all tests, except for Kerberos test under netdiag, but this looks like it is due to the fact that this is a known issue with support tools under 64 bit Server 2003 unless you install Support Tools from the disk. No DNS errors in the event logs. No errors under Directory Service, DNS, or FRS....

How can i get this DNS to replicate to an AD integrated zone if it is not and AD integrated zone?
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You just need to go to the properties of the Windows 2000 DNS zone then click the check mark to Store in AD which will make zone AD integrated. So, once you promote a DC the zone will be replicated.
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