DNS Sub Zones


G

Guest

hi, I have w2k DNS server on the root domain and I delete by mistake a sub
folder inside the root forward lookup zone relaited to one of this root's
child
the forward lookup zone is AD inegrated zone.

Please help
 
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Herb Martin

Mhd said:
hi, I have w2k DNS server on the root domain and I delete by mistake a sub
folder inside the root forward lookup zone relaited to one of this root's
child
the forward lookup zone is AD inegrated zone.

If this is one of the _underscore subdomains then it is trivial to recreate,
just run "NetDiag /fix" on a DC (on a DC in the correct sites if it was a
_SiteName Specific subdomain.)

Otherwise, depending on what it was, you may have to create it manually.

What did you delete? What specifically?
 
H

Herb Martin

Mhd said:
I deleted a child domian folder which contain two sub domain also.

Which one? What name was on that folder?

Have you tried running "NetDiag /fix" on each DC yet?

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G

Guest

yes, I did;

Parent DC: all test are passed except wan config & Trust are skkiped
Child DC: same as parent plus Redir and Browser test Failed
 
H

Herb Martin

Mhd said:
yes, I did;

Parent DC: all test are passed except wan config & Trust are skkiped
Child DC: same as parent plus Redir and Browser test Failed

So after running NetDiag /Fix is the deleted subdomain back?

What was the name of that subdomain? Did it start with an _Underscore?
 
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G

Guest

hi, it doesn't

Herb Martin said:
So after running NetDiag /Fix is the deleted subdomain back?

What was the name of that subdomain? Did it start with an _Underscore?
 
H

Herb Martin

Mhd said:
its name is: xyz

Then you will need to recreate it since this is NOT one of the
domains that is automatically created.

Note also that "single label domain names" don't work well to
support AD for dynamic updates in DNS.
 
G

Guest

Thx Herb;

About the single lable domain names which appeared automaticaly
You mean that I should recreate it manually?or
Should I delete it? "you said it doesn't support DNS dynamic update",
coz I had other domains such this domain.

Are there any other way to take in place?
 
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Herb Martin

Mhd said:
Thx Herb;

About the single lable domain names which appeared automaticaly
You mean that I should recreate it manually?or

You can't really do that IF you have based your AD Domain on this
name.

You are (at least temporarily) stuck with the name if you have already
created an AD Domain.

If not (i.e., if there is no AD domain) then I would strongly urge you to
rename the Primary DNS suffix in the SYSTEM control panel of every
machine -- adopting a two+ label DNS name.
 
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Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP]

Read inline please.

In
Mhd said:
its name is: xyz

Is this a child domain name and does the Child DC hold the zone for
'xyz.parentdomain.com"
If it is, right click in parentdomain.com zone, select New Delegation, name
it xyz, then enter the child domain's DNS servers in the wizard. (Usually
the child DCs)



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