This is the problem. Setup: SBS 2003 server address 10.0.0.100, RAS Internal IP routing 10.0.0.60, Server name XXXX. In DNS forward zone XXXX is shown as both 10.0.0.60 and 10.0.0.100. There are connection issues from workstations sometimes solved by a server reboot or combined server & workstation reboot. When the problem exists ping XXXX from a workstation resolves as 10.0.0.60. If I then delete 10.0.0.60 from DNS and flushdns on the workstation it then correctly resolves as 10.0.0.100 and everything works. Changes to the workstations host file also solves the problem. The issue is that 10.0.0.60 keeps on returning as a DNS record. Why does it so this, should it be there and if not how do I stop this from coming back and creating issues on workstations without host file changes?