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How to prevent VPN clients register their WINS and DNS records

If your RRAS assigns WINS and DNS addresses to clients when they establish a VPN connection, the clients register their IP addresses with the RRAS WINS and DNS. The WINS and DNS addresses that are assigned to VPN clients are the same as the addresses that are configured for the RRAS’ network adapter, either statically or DHCP. With Windows 2000 and 2003, you can configure the network adapter that is used for this information on the TCP/IP tab in the RRAS server properties. RRAS always hands out WINS and DNS addresses to clients unless the option to do so is turned off in the registry.

Alternatively, you can have RRAS assign a different IP range from the static pool instead of DHCP or the VPN client can assign IP without DNS or another dedicate DNS manually

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