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    Clients with 3 DNS servers, we only have one.

    When I go to a client machine and ipconfig /all , it has three DNS servers. We only have one.
    How do I remove the two unwanted?

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    It's getting them from somewhere, check your DHCP server.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kmount View Post
    It's getting them from somewhere, check your DHCP server.
    LOL, seriously I was looking at the DNS server for hours.. Pulling my hair. You said DHCP and I knew right where to look.. This should resolve it.. Thanks a ton!

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    That's part of the whole argument for Edugeek and similar systems; a fresh pair of eyes often makes light work of a cloudy view (tm!)



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