Outlook 2016 running on Windows 10 computers within my company's domain are having problems performing the initial Outlook Office 365 email setup.
All Windows 10 computers are using DHCP and are assigned the following DNS addresses through DHCP:
172.16.0.26 (the DNS server address for a Server 2016 domain controller with the DNS server role)
So what I've been doing to fix this issue is temporarily assigning these computers the following static DNS server addresses:
This allows Outlook to connect to the Office 365 email servers and auto configure the user's Office 365 email accounts. Then once the Outlook email profile is configured I change these DNS server addresses back to using DHCP.
What DNS entries can I add to the Server 2016 DNS server so that the Windows 10 client computers will be able to connect to the Office 365 servers and perform the email auto configuration?
Please let me know if any further information is needed.