VPN-DNS Issue

Hello. I am new to this forum so please accept my apologies if I do something incorrectly.

I have a Windows VPN configured on a Server 2008 R2 machine. When I connect from a remote workstation I get a third DNS entry that is listed above the expected DNS addresses. The DNS address shown is 4.2.2.2. Can anyone help me figure out why this is happening and how to resolve it? Currently I need to run the command below to remove the unwanted DNS entry.

netsh interface ipv4 delete dnsservers name="name of the VPN" address=all validate=no

Thank you,

Mike
Mike_K123Asked:
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ktaczalaCommented:
In routing and remote access, you have selected to use the VPN server as the gateway to the internet.  Check your settings there.   I don't have access to a Routing and remote access server to walk you thru the steps, sorry.
Mike_K123Author Commented:
Thank you for the comment, ktaczala. In the VPNServer properties I have the "Enable this computer" section set to use "LAN and demand dial routing". Changing this setting to "Local Area network routing only" does not help. I hope this is the setting you were pointing out but unfortunately this did not fix the problem.
Mike_K123Author Commented:
I was able to trace this back to DHCP.

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Mike_K123Author Commented:
This was a setting in DHCP. We have two servers sharing the role of DHCP. Settings were reviewed on one server but not the other. One of the servers listed the DNS address as a valid address. Once removed our issue was gone.
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