Next step is making the new server look back to itself for DNS.  In this case all you need to do is change the dns entries.  Leave the IP address to be dynamic (unless you’ve decided to change it to a static IP)

Re-configure DNS for the local network adapter

On the Destination Server, change the DNS settings so that the Destination Server uses itself for DNS

To re-configure DNS for the local network adapter

1.   In the notification area, click the network icon, and then click Network and Sharing Center.

2.   Click Change adapter settings.

3.   Right-click the network card and then click Properties.

4.   Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), and then click Properties.

5.   Select User the following DNS server addresses. For Preferred DNS server, type

6.   Click OK to save your settings.


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