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MS DNS error , how do I get rid of this ? I do seen any record of the old domian in the DNS event 5775 , NETLOGON

Posted on 2014-11-16
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this is an old domain not anylonger in use , but I still see it in the error log how can I get rid of this error?

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you have to hunt for occurrences of it since it didn't delete automatically. Check your NS entries and upward in DNS
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I am not sure I understand the NS entries are in ADSS or ?
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a domain that no longer exists , showing up in event viewer
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I have looked in every folder I the DNS console maybe I missed this somewhere I will check again


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