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Difference between a locked zone and a disabled zone

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Hi all, What is differences between a locked zone and a disabled zone? Thanks,
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Hi Val,

Locking a zone is to prevent someone else can do chages to the zone while it is locked. The zone is still serving via DNS while it is locked.

A disabled zone does not serve via DNS anymore. You would typically disable a zone that is no longer needed prior to deleting it. If it appears the zone should still be in service you can simply re-enable it again.

 

Kind regards,

Erik

 

Ok, I see it more clearly now

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Ok, I see it more clearly now! Thank you Erik
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