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Posted on 2014-03-03
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We have an old DNS server in our .co.uk forward lookup zone that no longer exists.
I cant delete it from there.

Ideas?
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Are you getting access denied error or what message are you getting?

You might need to check the permission assigned to the DnsAdmins security group.

Check the link below

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/837335
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Went into the zone properties and deleted the old one..
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Are you trying to delete it from secondary zone ?

In that case you will not be able to delete that

If this is not the case, check if you have permissions to delete DNS records

Put your ID in DnsAdmins group \ domain admins group in active directory, logoff once and log back on and check if you are able to delete that
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