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How to configure Active Directory DNS to recieve other domain updates from a LINUX DNS

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We have an Active Directory DNS domain bac.amsted.  We also have a LINUX DNS domain of baltimoreaircoil.be.  We want to add/update the Active Directory DNS with the entries found in the LINUX DNS.   We have tried to setup the baltimoreaircoil.be domain as a Secondary in AD with the LINUX being Primary.   If we Click "Reload from the Master" the LINUX domain records appear.  After 7 days they disappear due to the Scavenger process.   The LINUX records only refresh when we manually perform the reload.  What do we need to do to make these records automatically refresh?
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Turn off scavenging for that zone.

The settings for zone aging and scavenging properties determine the use of these features on a per-zone basis. When you set zone-specific properties for a selected zone, these settings apply only to the applicable zone and its resource records. Unless these zone-level properties are otherwise configured, they inherit their defaults from comparable settings that are maintained in server aging and scavenging properties.

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc779811%28WS.10%29.aspx
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