On a Windows 2003 Active Directory network, we removed an extra DNS server and added a new one to replace it. The client machines show the new DNS server when IPCONFIG /ALL is run but the servers are still showing the old backup DNS server and not the new one. What is the quickest and easiest way to update the servers to point to the new DNS backup server? Will IPCONFIG /FLUSHDNS and then IPCONFIG /RENEWDNS take care of this without bumping off the users on each server? Any assitance offered would be greatly appreciated.
This is due to you must have changed it on your DHCP server.
Now all clients are picking up the new DNS server from DHCP, but servers use static IP address and does not take any config from DHCP server.
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