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AD integrated DNS Changes not recorded

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There was a change made to my DNS records but no event was logged in event viewer Security logs. Audit Policy, Audit Directory Service Access is enabled in Group Policy as well as in DNS. Is there a way I can test this?
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After making changes to the DNS entries, I was expecting event ID 566 in the security log. Nothing shows. Any thoughts?

Thank you
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thank you!
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