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IPv6 DNS Host record disappearing

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Hey Guys,

Im not too familiar with IPV6, but everytime I add a AAAA record in DNS Manager, Forward Lookup Zones – within a few minutes it disappears.

The reason why I am adding a ip6 host record is that it resolves the slow login issue for Macs authenticating to Active Directory. (http://support.apple.com/kb/TS4041)

Im running Server 2008 R2, I haven't configured a IP6 static address on the server, it is currently set to obtain.... Ipv4 is currently using a static address

I have created the Reverse Lookup Zone, AAAA record which also creates a PTR.

Help is much appreciated.
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Dumb question, do you have IPV6 enabled ?
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