Can't get WildCard certificate after TXT Record on DNS Server has been updated

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My domain is: keds-energy.com

I ran this command: wacs.exe (WinAcme)

It produced this output: The Correct record is not yet found by the local resolver. Check your configuration and/or wait for the name servers to synchronize and press Enter to try again…

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The version of my client is (e.g. output of certbot --version or certbot-auto --version if you’re using Certbot): WinAcme 2.1.8.838

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The full error message should be:

The correct record is not yet found by the local resolver. Check your configuration and/or wait for the name servers to synchronize and press to try again. Answer ‘N’ to try ACME validation anyway.

If your local resolver has an aggressive cache, this wouldn’t be surprising. As the error suggests, you can press ‘N’ to proceed anyway, if you believe that the TXT record has been correctly deployed.

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