Server's new ip address is not updating in W2K3 DNS server

I had to change a new server's ip address, it updated in the dns records on the dns server, however when I ping the server name, including from the dns server itself, I get the old ip.  I tried to do a ipconfig /registerdns but that did not work either.  Anyone have any idea as to what I need to do
mmercaldiAsked:
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Thomas GrassiSystems AdministratorCommented:
try ipconfig /flushdns

do an arp -a

post results

do this on both
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Mohammed KhawajaManager - Infrastructure:  Information TechnologyCommented:
Flush the cache by running command below and try pinging again:

ipconfig /flushdns

Cache is also cleared if computer is rebooted.
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mmercaldiAuthor Commented:
ya I did that, but I am not going to be rebooted a domain controller nor a ipconfig /flushdns on a domain controller, and this did not resolve the issue by the way, please note that this is not a 1 pc issue, that this dns issue is being seen throughout the entire network
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sumeshbnrCommented:
Ok but at-least  you should restart the DNS server  service in the Server.
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sumeshbnrCommented:
Also you have to add the DNS IP in the DHCP DNS server portion if you are using the DHCP service from the DNS server.
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mmercaldiAuthor Commented:
I will not be able to restart the dns server service until the weekend and it would require a 1-2 hour meeting about why it is needed so I would rather not go with that route.  Also sumeshbnr that is not my issue
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mmercaldiAuthor Commented:
found out it was me making the change on the forwarding part on the dns server, not the reverse
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mmercaldiAuthor Commented:
the issue was that the dns entry for forwarding did not change
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sumeshbnrCommented:
Ho did you find and resolve the problem?
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