Microsoft dhcp not updating dns records

17-Nov-2019 03:06

One of the great things I like about the (not so) new Windows 2008 R2 Powershell modules is that we can now more easily manage the core Microsoft Networking services (DNS, DHCP).I want to share a little script I built that will add/update Host Records fed from a CSV file.Hi all, I'm really struggling with something - I run a small technical college and I just put in a Server 2008r2 domain with Windows 7 Professional clients. Using a lot of Google searching we've got the domain set up, active directory is working, my users can log in with roaming profiles, home directories etc work.I'm playing at being system administrator because I'm the most skilled in I. My problem is that computers are occasionally losing their trust relationship with the DC and I can't work out why.I need help getting all my hosts in reverse dns so that I can see the name of the hosts in some of the reporting software we use.Creadentials, there is an account which is allowed to register names, right?

All clients get DHCP leases from the server perfectly. Under Forward Lookup Zones - example.com, we find most of our machines.

It doesn't appear, if the DHCP Server service is restarted.

The DHCP is authorized (unauthoring and authorizing works as well).

Check if they are equal (forward and reverse) Managing Active Directory does not always have to be complicated.

If you are spending more time trying instead of doing, then it's time to look at something else.

All clients get DHCP leases from the server perfectly. Under Forward Lookup Zones - example.com, we find most of our machines.

It doesn't appear, if the DHCP Server service is restarted.

The DHCP is authorized (unauthoring and authorizing works as well).

Check if they are equal (forward and reverse) Managing Active Directory does not always have to be complicated.

If you are spending more time trying instead of doing, then it's time to look at something else.

We have our DNS, DHCP, and AD running on one domain controller.