troubleshooting Question

Changed IP address on DC and now I cannot join clients to domain.

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So I have a domain controller (windows 2012 server) that has been moved to a new location. It had to have the IP address changed to match the new network. SO now that this has all happened it appears to have fouled up all my dns setting because I cannot join computers to the domain. The client computers that are trying to join are using the IP address of the DC as the primary DNS. I know its something with the dns settings (lookup zones) on the server im just not sure what I dont have configured right. the new dc controller IP is 10.0.0.90 and I have removed all the old entries in DNS and added new zones pointing to the new address. Is there a simple way to rebuild this?
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