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Legacy IP stuck in Zenoss

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I am using Zenoss 3.2.1. I replaced a server and am using the same IP on the network. there is a device with the information of the old server in Zenoss that I cannot delete. It gives a message that it cannot delete the IP if there is an interface present. When I go to delete the interface, it says record does not exist. How Can I resolve this conflict in Zenoss 3.2.1?
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can you disable the interface and not try to delete it
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