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How to delete host records from dns

When i add client with domain,the error " already has the dns record" come.

how to add a client with its old dns entry

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To dns record, open dns manager browse to the record, right click on record and delete it. The following shows on how to do it.
http://dns-info.blogspot.com/2009/01/delete-dns-host-record.html

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