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Windows 2003 Remove old or aged DNS records for systems

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How can i automatically or what process should i follow to remove old DNS records on a 2003 server   I have pings resolving to the wrong systems?
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how can view when this will take effect on the server?
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When you set it up then it will start to have an effect. If you leave it set to the defaults then it will take 14 days before records are automatically removed. (the non-refresh+ the refresh interval). You can of course reduce these (good idea reduce the DHCP lease time as well).
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Hi

You can monitor the activity through event viewer by monitoring for the event ID 2501 on your DNS Server.

Hope that helps :)
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