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Determine what the Zonename is for a Domain Controller Windows Server 2012

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Heyas,

How do I determine what the Zonename is for Windows Server 2012 DC?

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Ayman Bakr earned 940 total points
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If you mean the DNS zone name, then you can do that by opening the DNS console and viewing the zone names from their.

Alternatively you can use the powershell command Get-DnsServerZone - this article describes it further:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj649861.aspx
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The DNS zone that is native \ authoritative for 2012 DC server must be equal to domain FQDN
to which DC is member of.

Mahesh
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Cheers man
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