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Let me know if you want the script(s) I seems to go back to about October of 2014, it never effected anything because we're such a small network and our most network intense software doesn't use resolution you have to actually enter an IP address for it.
It seems to be up and running now but I can certainly let you know on Monday if it's stopped again Check out this article: is what I did: add dhcp servers to Dns Proxy Update group in AD,run dnscmd /config /Open Acl On Proxy Updates 0 on all DHCP servers, Enable Name protection, Use DHCP service accounts, Convert DCHP leases on workstations to staticit appeared to be using the proper credentials but I reentered the password anyway, at least one record has updated but I'm still not seeing a bunch of records that should be coming through shortly.
Additionally if you have a DHCP 2012 failover environment and credentials are not configured for those devices which do not have their own account in AD, each server will register those devices with it's own name as the owner of record so should the device renew it's lease on the alternate server that server will not have permission to update the record - hence I can't see a way around using credentials on both sides (and consequently scripting the setting of permission on the records already owned by the server)no, it seems the issue was that I had it set to secure updates only and for some reason none of these machines wanted to do it that way.
Microsoft themselves posted that it won't work that way you have to do secure and nonsecure so I did and it began working.
That’s why you should always use a service-account with the minimum necessary permissions for a domain join.DHCP is on a 2012 R2 failover platform and I can see an error 1340 in the system event log when it fails to update the A record.