Through my research I have read that jetpack.exe is used to do something with databases (database on a WINS server?). I'm assuming maybe it can be used to clear old data?
In short the issue that we are having is that in the domain we control, I gave a server (4 actually) another hostname but kept its same static IP address info, etc. I went into DNS and AD and removed the old hostname information and ensured the new was there. If we ping or try to remote however the old hostname it returns a DNS suffix that is on our corporate side. (We have our domain and a trust with the corporate domain).
I am assuming that we are getting a ping from an upstream WINS server. Someone stated in an e-mail that since we do not have control of that server we can either wait for this to hopefully be automatically "cleaned up"... remove WINS from our domain since we don't have a WINS server we control anyway... or ask the corporate side to jetpack their WINS server. Could anyone please explain what exactly the jetpack.exe does and how this can clear old data if that's what it is doing?