duplicaate DNS

We added a secondary IP to one of our servers "Trackit10" now DNS shows both IPs as Trackit10.  I do not want the secondary IP showing for Trackit10.  I have assigned it a static What am I missing.

Trackit10 should show the primary IP of 10.2.10.9
The secondary IP was assigned to IP of 10.2.10.6
John HausknechtITAsked:
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Zephyr ICTCloud ArchitectCommented:
You can avoid the registry of the second IP in DNS by disabling this on the NIC:

--> Under Network Connections Properties:
NIC TCP/IP Properties -> Advanced -> DNS - > Uncheck "Register this connections Address in DNS"

After changing this you can remove the unwanted IP-address for this server in the DNS server where it is registered.
Normally it shouldn't come back.

There's also a way to do this through Powershell, found the link I was searching for.
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
As soravtek has stated you can disable the DNS directly on the NIC. However, if you added a second IP to the default NIC then both IP addresses will be listening for DNS.

I do not know of any way to get around this. So your work-a-round would be to install a second separate NIC and not add an additional IP to the primary NIC.

If this server is a DNS server then you can change the Listening IP's on the interface tab for the DNS server properties.

Will.
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John HausknechtITAuthor Commented:
We moved this IP to the second separate NIC this morning.  This seems to have worked so far, I will follow up tomorrow.
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