troubleshooting Question

Should I disable IPv6 if using Windows Server 2003 and 2008 DNS servers

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Windows NetworkingWindows Server 2003DNSWindows Server 2008
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Our network has two Windows Server 2003 and one 2008 DNS servers.  I was advised that because of this configuration and because we have no current need we should disabled IPv6 on our DB and IIS servers and delete the IPv6 entries on the DNS servers.  

I've not been able to find any similar recommendations googling around.  Is this good advice?
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