Microsoft DNS question: two records for 1 name


Quick question: I have a dns-record in which I have to remove 1 server:

nslookup gives:

However, I don't find the back in DNS (Microsft), any idea where to look besides DNS?

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It should be located in your DNS forward lookup zone for
There are probably 2 records with the farm name

If you don't see it there then maybe your Hosts File   (normally located in Windows\system32\drivers\etc )

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check the hosts file on the machine you are using.


it might be cached information, run: ipconfig /flushdns
If still resolving, check which DNS servers you are using
Or perhaps it could be a WINS record?
janhoedtAuthor Commented:
Very simple solution: two many DNS entries, had to adapt the maximum in MMC to see the two entries.
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