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Publishing the Key Management Service (KMS) to DNS in the domain failed

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Hello,

I am getting an error Publishing the Key Management Service (KMS) to DNS in the domain failed.

Log Name:      Application
Source:        Microsoft-Windows-Security-SPP
Date:          2/5/2015 10:27:58 PM
Event ID:      12293
Task Category: None
Level:         Error
Keywords:      Classic
User:          N/A
Computer:    rrrrrrr
Description:
Publishing the Key Management Service (KMS) to DNS in the  domain failed.
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I want to resolve it without raising the change, i have already searched google and seen many urls. I want this to resolve without any downtime.
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Have you tried just adding it manually? in you DNS server, under yourdomain.local/_tcp, create a SRV record with the following attributes:

service: _VLMCS
protocol: _tcp
priority: 0
weight: 0
port: 1688
Host offering this service: yourKMSserver.yourdomain.local.
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by:Rich Weissler
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Have you confirmed that the KMS server(s) have permissions to the DNS entry in question?  Instructions for assigning/confirming permissions in the link to the Microsoft Support page.
(Oh, and restarting the service shouldn't hurt anything.  As long as you get it back up within about ninety days...)
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