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dcdiag /test:dns result Del = fail

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dcdiag /test:dns
TEST: Delegations <Del>
Error: DNS server: win-t6ca52dco20.mydomain.local
IP:<unavailable> [Missing glue A record]

I don't know what "win-t6ca52dco20" is.
How can I find this and make the error go away?

Thank you
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Question by:ShawnGray
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by:Joshua Grantom
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"win-t6ca52dco20" is a hostname for a server somewhere that is either

A. A current DNS server that is having issues (turned off, not replicating, etc)
B. Non existent and needs to be removed from AD (Resource records, SOA, etc)

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc794727%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
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by:ShawnGray
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Thanks; just so I'm clear, that would look like:
dnscmd /UnenlistDirectoryPartition win-t6ca52dco20.mydomain.local
Do I need to identify the server IP after the dnscmd?
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I do not think so, it would be more like

dnscmd win-t6ca52dco20 /UnenlistDirectoryPartition mydomain.local

Did you make sure that this server does not exist at all?
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by:ShawnGray
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That is still being looked into.
Although the fact that the results show 'ip unavailable' makes me feel like its a safe bet.
Verifying nonetheless.
Thank you for the help Joshua.
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No problem Shawn!
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