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Stop NIC in Windows 2008 server from registering in DNS

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I have a Windows 2008 server with 2 NIC's.  One is used for the domain, the other is used to connect an iscsi storage device.  The server is NOT a domain controller, I have unchecked the do not register box on both nics and made the primary dns server a secondary server that only receives updates from the primary server.  I have disabled IPV6 and microsoft client on the iscsi nic.  I have also disabled the DHCP client service on the server and deleted the records from the primary server and reloaded the domain and reloaded the secondary server by transferring records from the primary.  The next morning the record reappears in the primary and secondary dns domains.  How can I stop the dynamic registration on the iscsi nic?

Thanks,
Les
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Thanks, one of them I have seen but I will check out the other.
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Looks like the registry edit fixed the problem.  I will monitor it but it didn't register the address after I rebooted.
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