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Excange server The DNS server was unable to open zone _msdcs.tichn.com in the Active Directory from the application directory partition ForestDnsZones.tichn.com. This DNS server is configured to obtain and use information from the directory for this zone and is unable to load the zone without it. Check that the Active Directory is functioning properly and reload the zone. The event data is the error code. sir please tel me sir

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It is a design problem. Check whether the DNS Server is working properly or not. Seems you will have to do a good work around. Go through the microsoft KBs with the event IDs

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