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Prevent IP from auto DNS update?

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I have a server that used to have an IP of 192.168.77.5, and it was fine in DNS etc.

Now we have decided to re-IP the server as 192.168.78.8, and we do so fine, but after deleting the entry for the old ip in DNS, the new one shows, but then the old one continues to come back into the DNS table.

How can I stop that from happening? I have 6 MS Server 2003 DCs.
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Question by:OdyChris
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by:robrandon
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When you say "re-IP the server" are you changing the IP address on the server, or are you altering the record in DNS?

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anupnellip earned 500 total points
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did you restart the dc after IP change . Is this dc also a DNS server ?
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by:OdyChris
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Sorry, no, this isnt the DC that was re-iped... The DC does have DNS on it... actually all 6 do... Its another server. The server wasnt reboot I dont think... Ill try that...
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