IPv6 and NAT question Help needed

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IPv4
IPv6
MCITP
NAT
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 R2
I want to start off by saying Hi this is my first post. I'm desperate for answers and I can't seem to find anyone that knows this question. I have 2 Windows 2008 r2 servers. One is Server1 and the other Server2 I have IPv6 enabled as well as IPv4 Both are set to static address 192.168.0.1. and 192.168.0.2 IPv6 is set to fd00::1 and 2 NETBIOS is DISABLED! This is where I'm confused I try to find server2 from server1 and get a response back in IPv6 fe80%12 My question is how does it know the address just by typing server2 with Netbios disabled?? I also always get a response fe80 even with Netbios set to default. My book I'm reading says I should receive a message indicating that the ping request could not find the host. Ipv6 by itself does not facilitate name resolution....

Software/Hardware used:
Server 2008 R2
ASKED: June 3, 2011  4:31 AM
UPDATED: December 8, 2011  9:32 AM

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check the LMHOST Files in the Windows dump of server 1 as well as server2.

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