Ipconfig registerdns not updating

Posted by / 02-Sep-2017 11:21

Ipconfig registerdns not updating

The main differences I could see are that many exchange-related groups where explicitly included in the forward zone and not in the reverse but most of these entries are actually empty ACLs (the group is just listed but not given any visible allow or deny permission).

I've also checked the security audit log for anything related to DNS but I found nothing.

Good day guys I run AD with DNS and DHCP on 1 domain controller Yesterday, I did an upgrade on a laptop which entailed the following 1.

Delete the computer account (PC1) from the Active directory compute names (of the old laptop) 2.

Our configuration is quite simular to yours, and the symptoms we are seeing appear to be the same as well.

Is there any documentation about what these zone ACLs should looks like ?The only thing that I saw is that we don't have name protection enabled and, if I understand this correctly, it should at least help a bit in some cases (at the cost of risking to have no more IP available in the DHCP range). Thanks If you look at the permissions on a particular DNS record (one that's giving you a problem), does the DHCP server have rights to update it? If you delete a record and then recreate it by doing ipconfig /registerdns, then the client will be given proper permissions.The DHCP server likely won't have permissions unless you've manually set that up in your environment, and no other client will ever be able to register that address until it's manually deleted at some point.On the DNS tab enable DNS dynamic updates and set to "Always dynamically update..." Also enable Dynamic Update for clients that do not request updates.1a) Even if these are enabled, you might need to make sure the DHCP server has permissions to update DNS records.

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I've seen similar issues in our environment (de-centralized management), and it's always permissions on the DNS records.