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ad unidentifed GUID not associated with IP Adress in DNS

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I had to rebuild a dns server,with in AD, and i ran dcpromo to remove the dns. I beleved it worked. But now, when i tried to rebuild the DNS, on the same domain controller i get this message after running DCDIAG: UNable to associate GUID with ip address. How do i fix this issue.
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David Johnson, CD, MVP earned 500 total points
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your dcpromo removal didn't work properly
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/216498 shows you how to clean things up
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Thank you for taking the time answer this question. You in sight proved to be very helpful.
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