Mulithomed WebServer Returns One address need it to return other

I have a windows 2012 R2 server that does has two network cards setup.  When the server resolves it's own hostname it resolves the IP from NIC2.  I need it to resolve for NIC1.  To be specific if i ping its own hostname from command prompt I get the NIC2 address and need it to return the NIC1 address.  I have tried DNS(just to say I did), adding entries into the Hosts file with the IP, and changing the Adapter Binding order in the advanced network adapter settings.

Example:

NIC1 - 192.168.1.1
NIC2 - 192.168.1.2

Ping hostname "Server" from the computer "Server" returns 192.168.1.2
Needs to return 192.168.1.1

Any help on how to make this happen would be hugely appreciated.

Thank you for your time.
bobbailey22Asked:
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Scott GorcesterCTOCommented:
This should help you

In the two NIC scenario, it is easy to set one NIC to register into DNS and then clear the register in DNS option for the second NIC.  That allows for the IP on the first NIC to be registered and the IP on the second NIC will not.  This would be a common scenario for a server that had multiple interfaces where one would be used for a management/backup purpose and end users should not be able to resolve the server’s name to the management IP as their traffic would not be allowed to route to that interface.  That’s fine but what about the scenario of a single NIC with multiple IPs bound to it? An example would be a web server with multiple IPs for different web sites.

http://blogs.technet.com/b/rmilne/archive/2012/02/08/fine-grained-control-when-registering-multiple-ips.aspx

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bobbailey22Author Commented:
This is exactly what i needed.
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