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Apipa IP address on my 2012 Domain Controller

Posted on 2012-12-28
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Quick question, on my Active Directory 2012 (Brand new installation) I am getting some sort of APIPA ip address 169.254.163.25.

Why is this and how can I change it?  I saw it when I did the "Detect Now" on the GPO settings

I have a static IP address on my server, I don't understand why this address is showing up. I wonder if this is affecting my GPO policies that are not working.

How can I change this weird ip address to my static ip?

Thank you
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Question by:RandallVillalobos
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Stelian Stan earned 400 total points
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Do you have more than one NIC on your server? If that's true the disable the second NIC.
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Do you have multiple NICs? If so, are both connected, or is one not used?
What is the result of an ipconfig /all?
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Thanks a lot!!  I would have never thought of that.   More points for clonyxlro because he came in first.
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