We have a Windows 2003 R2 Domain controller which has two network cards. One network card goes to the LAN (10.30.0.0/16), and the other goes to a SAN (192.168.10.0/24). For some reason, the IP address for the second network adapter is registering in DNS.
On the server, I have opened DNS management console and configured the server to only listen on the LAN interface. I have also configured the SAN network connection to not register the connection's address in DNS.
What else am I missing? The IP address for the SAN interface keeps appearing in DNS as an A record for the domain. I manually delete it but it re-appears after a day or so. When it shows up in DNS, client computers sometimes will not run logon scripts etc. Any ideas?