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Microsoft DNS and DHCP not in sync.

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louisbohmFlag for United States of America asked on
Windows NetworkingMicrosoft Forefront ISA ServerInternet Protocols
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I am running Active Directory on Windows 2003 servers (two of them to be exact).  My Win2003 servers are our companies internal DNS servers and DHCP servers.

My problem is that as users come and go in DHCP I have noticed that some times DNS gets updated some times not.  To be exact
     1. When a new machine is seen by DHCP and assigned and address most of the time a DNS PTR record is not created in DNS (but some times it is).
     2. When a DHCP record expires and the machine is not around to renew the address.  If a DNS PTR record did exits it is never deleted and I only notice it because I look in DNS and find two (or more) A recored for that same machine on different addresses.
     3. The other way I find out about the problem is when I see a machine resolving to an incorrect address.  When I look in DNS there are multiple PTR records for this host

Any idea what is going on?  In the past when I have run DNS and DHCP on unix I have gotten this to all work smoothly.

Louis
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