server 2012 and DNS

Had to let our consultant go.  I am trying to complete some of the server conversion.

In the DNS, I now have my old server and my new server in the DNS Manager for Name Server.

Also in the xxxx.local > sites > tcp        
there are both listings for _gc

Can I safely delete the ones referencing my old server?

Data has all been moved to new server as well as active directory and group policy, etc.
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Scott CSenior EngineerCommented:
As long as all of the roles have been successfully moved and you aren't accessing your old server for anything you should be able to delete them.

Just to be on the safe side make notes of what the entries are and what they contain in case you would have to put them back in quickly in the event something wasn't moved.

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