Active Directory having various errors while fixing computer to domain

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Hello experts!

I get the error message when I try to fix this computer to my Domain. I received this on my Windows Server 2008 machine:

Note: This information is intended for a network administrator. If you are not your network's administrator, notify the administrator that you received this information, which has been recorded in the file C: Windowsdebugdcdiag.txt.
The error message showed when DNS was inquired for the service location (SRV) resource record tried to use to put an Active Directory Domain Controller (AD DC) for domain "zlnet.co.cc":
Error message was: "DNS name does not exist." (error code 0x0000232B RCODE_NAME_ERROR)
The inquiry was for the SRV evidence for _ldap._tcp.dc._msdcs.zlnet.co.cc
Familiar reasons for this error message are following:

•    The DNS SRV records needed to put an AD DC for the domain are not listed in DNS. These records are listed by a DNS server while an AD DC is connected to a domain. They are modernized by the AD DC at set periods. This computer is organized to use DNS servers with this IP addresses:

208.67.220.220 208.67.222.222
•    One or more of the following zones do not include delegation to its child zone:
zlnet.co.cc co.cc cc . (the root zone)

So please help me to solve this. Thanks a lot.

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Active Directory having various errors while fixing computer to domain

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Hi Ronaldbarron,

  Follow this steps that I will give you

1.) Go to Control Panel, and then view all the Control Panel Items then click the System

2.) Now you will see in the Computer name, domain and workgroup setting that you are not part of the domain, now click the Change settings and it will pop up the computer name/domain changes

3.) Mark the "Domain" and then type your domain name in the box then press ok. It will tell you that the Active Domain Controller  that the domain you entered could not be contacted. Now you will do is

4.) Go to Control Panel, open the Network and Sharing Center then click the Changes Adapter setting, right click the Local Area Connection then go to properties select the Internet Protocol Version 4 then click the properties.

5.) Click the Advanced button and then select DNS tab, click add in DNS server addresses then add your DNS server then click ok. Closed the Local Area connection tab.

6.) Now repeat steps 1 & 2, then you will see that the window security will appear, just type your user name and password. Then the welcome screen will appear that indicates that your computer is a part of domain now.

Hope this will help,

Gothman Pil

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