Routing and Remote Access causing problem with IPV6
We have just deployed Windows 2008 Enterprise Server as DC with Exchange 2010 on the same server. Everything works fine until I enable Routing and Remote Access which results in server registering itself in DNS with an additional IP. When I ping the server with server name it replies back with IPv6 address..NSLOOKUP results in Unknown and first 10 IPs in DHCP scope appear in Leased as RAS.
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