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IPV6 in DNS Record

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I do not use ipv6. In my DNS forward lookup zones on all of my 6 domain controllers for every HOST(A) record, I have a IPV6 Host (AAAA) record....I tried deleting a few of these but they come right back. Do I need to go to each client & disable IPv^ in the registry before I can keep these records from populating into DNS again?

If so can I disable ipv6 with a GPO?
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Adam BrownSenior Systems Admin
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The only other option available besides disabling IPv6 is to remove the option to Register this connections address in DNS in the DNS tab under advanced properties for the network card. You can push out a script that will do this through netsh in the command prompt. I'm working out the syntax right now.
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