You, as a DHCP administrator, might want to enable DNS integration in order to automatically update the DNS records dynamically with the DHCP client computers’ information whenever the DHCP server assigns the IP address and other settings to them.
Since the DHCP server always assigns the dynamic IP addresses to the client computers which may change from time to time, and the DNS maintains the records of the information about the host names and their corresponding IP addresses, there must be some technology with the help of which the DNS server records can automatically get updated with the latest IP addresses that the DHCP server has assigned to the DHCP clients.
While you are on this tab, its worth setting the conflict resolution attempts to 3 or 4 which gives DHCP the opportunity to resolve any issues itself.
Once you have these credentials set, restart your DHCP server service.
Most of you won’t be running Windows 2003 anymore, but if you are, this link may be of interest: DHCP setup primarily is the place to start with this, it is often overlooked that there needs to be a username entered into DHCP to allow for these Dynamic Updates to take place.
This user account only needs limited privileges, it must be a member of DNSAdmins, DNSUpdate Proxy, DHCP Users and DHCP Administrators.
The bit you are interested in here is the Listen Addresses, the image above is from a site where I have corrected this issue already.I have checked the event viewer logs for the DHCP and DNS server but nothing is present? Would like to see about getting DHCP configured on a Cisco switch to auto-register the computers hostname with a MS DNS server.Changing the timeouts is only going to help clients the next time they check in, which is usually after half the existing lease time, or sometimes during boot.You can approach this by manually forcing the clients to check in.Had to troubleshoot a workstation hogging bandwidth.