Windows Server - Need to clean up an IP address from NSLOOKUP result

Asked By achen on 10-May-07 07:08 PM
We have an obsolete Windows 2000 DC which already went offline.  We
believe we've done all nessasary cleanups.  However today I found out
there is still some leftover.....

When doing NSLOOKUP {domain name}, the IP address of this server still
showed and we can't find out where this info is stored or any method
to get rid of that IP address.

I'll appreciate for some hint, thank you.




Kevin D. Goodknecht Sr. [MVP] replied on 10-May-07 08:53 PM
Read inline please.

achen <achen2002@yahoo.com> typed:

If the DC was not properly demoted you'll need to manually delete its
records from DNS and WINS.

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