We're busy migrating a SBS 2003 box to SBS 2011 using Microsoft's migration wizard. We're stuck on a DNS error. I've included a screenshot of the error.
I've read through the section in the KB (http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2578426
) but it did not resolve my problem. For the record this is the section of text I followed:
The following sub-rule checks whether the local server is in the name server records on the migration source server:
Rule: Error is found in DNS Zone [DNS zone name]
Description: In DNS zone [DNS zone name], your local server is not in the name server records. Migration will fail without this record. Go to http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2578426 for more details.
Actions to take if this sub-rule is violated
To resolve this sub-rule violation, integrate the DNS zone with Active Directory. To do this, follow these steps:
1.Open DNS Management Console.
2.Expand Forward Lookup Zones.
3.Right-click the zone that corresponds to your Active Directory domain name, and then click Properties.
4.On the General tab, make sure that the Type setting is set to Active Directory-Integrated and the Dynamic updates setting is set to Secure only, as shown in the following screen shot.
5.On the Name Servers tab, make sure that the source server IP address is listed and that the list contains only the IP addresses of valid working internal DNS servers. Remove any IP addresses that are not valid.
My settings look identical to the screenshot in the article. I've attached a screenshot of my DNS server settings and also the name servers tab under the properties.
Can't move forward in the migration wizard until this is resolved. Help!