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wrong ip address on GC

Posted on 2012-03-09
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On oneof my domain controllers whenI run a nslookup:

nslookup gc._msdcs  - I have an IP address that was an older domain controller IP that is no longer on the network for some time. How do I rid that IP address from the DNS? Thanks.
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If that address corresponds to a server that no longer exists, simply, right-click the record in the DNS console and select Delete.
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Simply delete it.
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Agreed with the above,

You can find that record in the _msdcs zone off the root of your DNS zone.
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