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By grosero ·
Hi, I have the following scenario:

SERVER: 192.168.2.1
DHCP SERVER

Someone created a computer name as SERVER with 192.168.1.168 ip.

So, when u try to log in from any station Win9x, Win 2000 is looking for .168. I log locally in a win2k client and pinged server and replyes .168. That's WRONG.
I want it to reply SERVER 192.168.2.1

I delete the entry: .168 from the DHCP Leases table.
I foung the .168 and unpluggit. But, somehow remains in the clients cache.

I have unjoin and join back the win2k client to the domain succesfully. but, I can not log in from. It still pinging server:192.168.1.168.

Thanx a lot,
GR

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by cul8rm8e In reply to NT SERVER Network

run this command ipconfig /flushdns and then ipconfig /registerdns

this will clear the cache locally on your workstation and allow you do logon to original server.

Rename the other machine SERVER1 or something else and bring the machine back online.

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