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Old 09-30-2016, 05:17 PM   #1
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Question failed while receiving responses: bad bitmap


I have Active Directory (Microsoft Windows Server 2003). This server is master for DNS queries. Now I'd like to prepare backup DNS server based on linux Bind (Debian Jessie + Bind 9.9.5). I created zone for active directory domain, but when I try to transfer records for zone I get an error: failed while receiving responses: bad bitmap. I tried to find some information via google, but no success. Maybe here is sombebody who can help mi with it. I even don't know where to start solving the problem.



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