How to recover _msdcs zone, when it accidentally deleted?

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Dear Sir/Madam, This is Faisal Rafiq MCSA & MCSE certified, my question is how to recover _msdcs zone, when it accidentally deleted?

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Hi,

Try to use Netdiag /Fix command.

I hope this will work for u..

Thanks & Regards,
Vlvpk

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  • BrentSheets
    Posted for 2390693 Moderator Note: Merged separate reply back into original question. ================ 2390693 said... I tried to recover _msdcs zone from command netdiag /fix but this command not recover _msdcs zone. Please send other options or command to recover _msdcs zone. Thanks, Regards Khan.
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  • Vlvpk
    Hi, Sorry for the delay in responce. Try In this way... If it is the _msdcs.<YourADForestName> zone, simply Create a new Forward Lookup zone named _msdcs.<YourADForrestName> allow dynamic updates and restart the Netlogon service. (all records in this zone are registered by the Netlogon service on DCs) IF it is the _msdcs delegation and your have a _msdcs.<YourADForestName> forward lookup zone, create a new delegation named _msdcs, give it the NS records for all DNS servers that have the _msdcs.<YourADForestName> zone. I hoe this will work for u... If not is it possible to give the reports of DCDIAG /FIX, NETDIAG ?FIX? Thanks & Regards, Vlvpk
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