I have a Server 2003 with just file server role and AD/DNS.
This server was acting as DHCP but i removed that role and moved it to our firewall/router.
the router is set up to give static dns
That's 3. if i disable the network adapter on this windows 7 workstation and re-enable it, it will only use 192.168.1.50 and not pull the other two down, i used wireshark and the router is giving this workstation all 3 dns but the workstation is refusing it. so i static ip the workstation and rebooted and then i unstatic it and it then dhcp again and i saw it pull my 3 dns ip settings. then 5 mins later i check it again and its back to only using one dns. i'm so confused right now. please help me.
i did do netsh int ip reset more then once.
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