Can't find 2000 DNS server on 2003 DNS server

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    I tried creating a secondary zone and it was giving me an error as if I
    didn't have zone authority. I tried checking if the zone transfers were set
    to any and they were. I tried setting them only to the new server and it
    didn't resolve the issue. When I went into the properties of the new
    secondary zone and delected IP address and went to browse, it isn't listing
    the old dns server.

    The old box is a 2000 DC box with DNS running the latest SP's. The new box
    is a 2003 DC with all the patches. It is on the same domain as the other
    box and they are able to ping each other.

    Any gueses?

    Thanks
     
    microsoft, Dec 8, 2003
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    Did you do this?
    278875 - Cannot Promote a Windows Server 2003 Domain Controller into a
    Windows 2000 Forest
    http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;278875&Product=winsvr2003


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