same ip in more than one pc in the same domain?

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Windows Server 2003
i have server 2003 with a domain that do not work when i open the dns i found that i have more than one divice with the same ip and when am try to enter a new pc to the domain the domain repley that it is no longer avilibal

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check your DHCP configuration in active directory environment… i think your Active Directory integrated zones has not properly installed DHCP configuration…..

and set DNS IP properly in client system….
check the IP expired time in active directory environment and reset it…….

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  • jinteik
    do u have dhcp in your environment? if you have, it is easier to pass IP's around without having conflict. next is make sure the IP is received automatically and that none is configured with static IP.
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  • marooo
    i have dhcp already install in my server but in some client i puts the ip static because in the last three weeks ago i have a problem in my dhcp and i am reinstall it so thier are some client with static ip inspite of my dhcp
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