I have a server that keeps updating the backup network address as the production IP address. I look in DNS and I see an entry for both the production (correct) ip address and the one used for the backup network. When users try and connect, they sometimes get the address for the backup network which they are unable to reach.
How can I prevent the backup network card from adding DNS trecords?
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