If I understand, when you join a computer to the domain, it will automatically register it name and IP address in DNS, seeing that most of domain controller are DNS servers.
- but what if, for some reason DHCP provides different IP address for the same computer..very rare cases when it happens.
-what if a computer is not part of the domain, but it is IP address is within DHCP scope?
-what if there is no domain, just few computers in workgroup, and you still want to use DHCP and DNS. how do computers in workgroup register with DNS?