Updating root zone file
To solve this we run the upgrade in the root container and all PDBs using the "catcon.pl" Perl script.This example performs all the steps in all containers, without doing any investigation, and assumes everything will work with no additional intervention.Use the table below to find the scenario that's applicable to your situation and follow those instructions.
In the Properties window go to the Root Hints tab and click on Copy from Server.The "current" version dates to August 1997, and the file can be slightly out-of-date without causing adverse effects.Still, you should probably check every six months or so to see if it's changed.If you don’t want to do this manually, with Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10 it is possible to script this easily with Power Shell and create a scheduled task for it, see this Tech Net page for more information. I'm Branko, a Systems Engineer focused on Microsoft technologies from the Netherlands.I enjoy helping organizations with the business and people opportunities and challenges surrounding technology.
For this blog post the screenshots are taken from a DNS Server running on Windows Server 2008 R2, but for Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2012 R2 there are no big differences how to configure this, from Windows Server 2016 and Windows 10, things can be easy configured and scripted with Power Shell, see the bottom of this post.