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In my domains dns server i have a large number of redundant host a records to differnt names

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In my dimans dns server i have a large number of host records ( A) that pooint to multiple machine names .  How do i purge these out to get the real names ,  When i delete them they come back ,,, Also when i do a nslookup with one of my primary domain controlers as the first dns nslookup reports that it can not find server name for the domain controler. ?
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Implement aging and scavenging with the default paramteters http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc757041.aspx
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even after enabling and forcing a scavange I have some ips that are associated to 6 different machines ?  How long does scavage take to clean up .. and what should the best seetings be to reduce alot of traffic over wan links ,  1 day non-refresh   1 day refresh  
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it may take a little while to catch up - depends on the length of the DHCP lease how long the periods should be - see http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc757041.aspx
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