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MS Server keeping cached copy of a website

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Hi

I have Windows Foundation Server 2008 installed for my client what also acts as a DNS and DHCP server.

Few months ago they changed their website design but for whatever reason all the computers and the server in the office are still getting the old website design.

Any help would be very welcome.

Thanks
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When the website design was changed, was the website moved over to a new server? If so, you may need to check your Foundation server's DNS settings - it might have a static entry for the website still pointing to the old server.
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Thanks, where do I find that static IP address please in DNS settings?
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Control Panel > Administrative Tools > DNS
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Yea, I know how to open DNS Manager but would need some help in there :)
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OK, I think I've found it, it was under:
Forward Lookup Zone - domainaname.co.uk - www Host A was hardcoded for some reason yea

Thansk
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