Kerberos error 4

I have found the source of the error and that is the two computers that are causing the error have the same ip address in the dns.  I was wondering if I changed the ip address of one of the computers in the DNS would that correct the issue and what problems could occur if i did that from the dns rather than remoting into the comptuer and ipconfig /registerdns?
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Chris DentPowerShell DeveloperCommented:

Doing it through the GUI will set the record to never expire (become stale) and won't grant the system permission to update it's own record. If the entry is permanently static that's not a problem, if it's just a DHCP lease it won't help you too much.

Chris
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rdare23Author Commented:
I was able to remote into both computer names and found that they are the same computer.  Went back into DNS and removed the computer name that was no longer on the computer or in the AD.  
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