Changing the IP address of a DNS record

I have host A record for which IP address needs to be changed. But I can't find the entry in the DNS.I not sure whether the entry is IN DNS or WINS.How can I find out or is their a search in DNS server.Also in DNS I want to change all the entries that are poiting to a particualr IP.How can I do this.
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dan_blagutCommented:
Hi
The registration in DNS in normal operation is automatic. So if you change the IP for a machine and run ipconfig/registerDNS the data is updated. If you made this record manually then search in the zone for that record and change it manually. On WINS the process is fully automated so you can delete the record and wait to be rerecorded. First check the WINS server, delete the old record, then check the DNS.

Dan
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life_jAuthor Commented:
How do you search for a record in DNS
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dan_blagutCommented:
Use the console mmc for DNS and click on Name or Data. There is no search engine.
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