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Troubleshooting recursion DNS server 2008

Posted on 2013-10-23
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I have an issue with DNS and recursion specifically. This came about from an alert in SCOM 2012. The following alert is below.

Last modified time: sometimedatehere Alert description: DNS Server somedomainccontroller.local is experiencing performance issues.
PerformanceHealth

So I went into perfmon and received the following problem.DNS perfmon shot
How do I find the next hop or what records are failing.
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Yes Dynamic updates are allowed.
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