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    Old Srv Records in DNS

    Hello,

    I've notice that one of our old domain controllers srv records is still knocking about in DNS.

    It appears under the

    _tcp directory of:

    tapi3directory
    ForestDnszones
    Domain zones

    Do i need to update this static entry to a domain controller that is in service or is it safe to delete.

    The entry is:

    _ldap Servuce Location (SRV) [0][100][389] server.domain.ac.uk.local Static


    Thanks in advance guys.

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    you might take a look at this tool:

    DNSSrvRec

    but also a manual delete will do the trick

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