Best practice for updating DNS faster for laptops jumping from Wired to Wireless? l

Have a small environment with no networking engineers. About 30 laptops on and off the wired and wireless throughout the day. It makes it difficult for deploying applications and scripts to them (like with PSexec or PDQ). Both DHCP and DNS are on 2 windows servers replicated.
Is there a recommended approach to updating a laptops IP when it goes from wired to wireless faster?
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Shreedhar EtteTechnical ManagerCommented:
Hi Garry,

Change from wired to wireless is a seamless process.

Please elaborate on the issue you might be facing while switching from wired to wireless network connection.
garryshapeAuthor Commented:
When a laptop is on wired then they undock to go to wireless, DNS will still have their wired IP tied to their hostname for a while.
How can I set to ping “computerName” and have it persist pinging when the laptop changes internal networks?
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