|Apr 11, 2012, 01:50 PM||#1|
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Windows AD DNS being populated with wrong IP for a host
We have a Windows server at work that has an IP address on our LAN range(lets call it 200.x.x.x). But it also has an IP alias in the 192.168 range to make some software it's running happy.
We've been having DNS issues where the alias gets populated in the A record, instead of the 200.x.x.x address. Id like a way to force it to use the 200.x.x.x address. I can change the record manually. But tomorrow it will be using the alias again.
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