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Windows Server 2008, I have setup my newest dns servers dns but it's still giving me an error stating that I don't have a loopback! This server is

primary seconday and In that order.

This server is a domain controller as well. I refreshed the dns screen and re ran scan (best practices) but still get same error!!!!

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marked as duplicate by MDMarra, Ward, Tom O'Connor May 30 '13 at 8:24

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

What is this server's IP address? If it is, that counts as being a loop back according to the best practice rule. If so, you'd want .20 as the first entry instead.

Also, have you made sure to download the latest BPA definitions?

Some info that might help:

Hope that helps.

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