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           Any idea how to fix below dns error ?

Failed test in NCSecDesc

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Is this a new DC? This usually refers to RODC issues.

http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/967482

If you don't require it then you can ignore this.
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understand what this error is now, we dont have RODC in our enivonment, one last question, what about the below error is  ?



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Usually you see this error when the domain.local zone is set to allow nonsecure updates. Switch it do "secure only" and retest.
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