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DCPromo was unable to remove a DNS delegations from the parent zone:...This could be because you do not have permissions to do so, or because the zone is hosted by a server that does not run Windows. You should delete DNS delegations in the parent zone for this domain. To do so, contact an administrator who is responsible for the DNS zone: .. The error was: The RPC server is unavailable.
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