Windows Server 2000/2003 Thread, DNS event error 9002 in Technical; Hi,
Just had a chance to go through the event logs of the servers since the last re-boot (this gets ...
15th September 2009, 04:56 PM #1
DNS event error 9002
Just had a chance to go through the event logs of the servers since the last re-boot (this gets tested regularly as our power supply is not one of the best).
Apart from the usual bits and bobs there are a substantial number of DNS event 9002 - "error 9002 loading zone . from active directory"
I have found a fix that seems to work i.e. DnsCmd /Config /bootmethod
This, the forums assure me, will fix the problem until the next re-boot.
This is obviously a quick fix or it wouldn't come back, so what I want to know is - where is this zone "." it is whingeing about and how can I stop it permanently happening.
We are running Server 2003 R2 standard edition with SP2 and I have searched both AD and DNS for the errant full stop and cannot find it anywhere.
Sorry for such a long post
Last edited by Hedghog; 15th September 2009 at 04:58 PM.
Reason: title error should be error 9002
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15th September 2009, 05:29 PM #2
If I remember correctly zone . is root, top-level, basically the 12 (I think) servers which host DNS for the internet.
Is your DNS server defined as being authoritative for all zones?
Thanks to jamesb from:
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