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DNS problems event 1053

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I am having problems with clients unable to browse the network. I am getting event 1053. I have done the usual tests and flushes and still unable to fix. I have no forward lookup zone. When I try to create, it states that The zone can not be replicated...as the primarry partition does not exist. This has happened out of the blue for no reason that I can figure out.
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when you create your first domain controller did you setup your DNS server and zones or no?
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Hello, Yes when the DC was created the zones was there. The reverse lookup is still intact. Only the forward is missing. I did not set up this server though. All was working fine untill about a week ago. I have changed the AV program just to be sure there was no issue with a vurus as I have never seen a zone dissappear. Also this is only one server for the network so there is no replication for me to copy from. If I just rebuild the DNS with the wizard will I then lose all my users, computers etc? Never done it that way before and could not find anythng on Google to tell me, nor i n my reference books. Unless you know of an easier way. Open to any suggestions..thanks
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