I added a new DNS server and cannot get machines to take the new address

I tried restarting, renewing ip addresses, flushingdns, and other ideas.  I added the dns server to the correct dhcp scope.
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DrDave242Principal Support EngineerCommented:
This might sound like a stupid question, but have you checked the network configuration settings on the clients to make sure they're set to grab DNS server addresses from DHCP?  It's possible that they're leasing their IP address but have a particular DNS server specified in the TCP/IP properties.

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netsh int ip reset c:\reset.txt

then post an IPconfig /all for us once renewed,

this isnt an ISP DNS server you are trying to add is it?
Fatal_ExceptionSystems EngineerCommented:
Yea, what type of LAN are you running here?  P2P or Domain?
mkurtzhalsAuthor Commented:
My bad...........Someone statically assigned the DNS address.  God start with the basics I guess.  
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