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UmaishNair-7428 asked JhonnsIriarte-5912 edited

DNS not updating the IP automatically when chaning the network

When moving the PC from one network to another network the DNS record is not updating it self?

  • I added a PC to the Domain when in Network A

  • THe DNS entry was added properly.

Then
- I moved the PC to NETWORK B (Same Domain)
- Assigned a new IP.
- The DNS record was not updated.
- Able to ping the IP but not the computer name


Checked the DNS record. The only thing i dont see is the computer account "computername$"
- if I added the account manually or delete the existing DNS entry, the new entry is created and everythign is good.

So want to know what could be the root cause of this issue

windows-dhcp-dns
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How did you assign IP address? By DHCP or manually? If you assign IP address using DHCP, have you configured your DHCP server to 'Discard A and PTR records when a lease is deleted' (DNS tab on DHCP server properties) and 'Dynamically update only if requested by Clients'?

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DSPatrick answered DSPatrick edited

What happens if you
ipconfig /registerdns


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JhonnsIriarte-5912 answered JhonnsIriarte-5912 edited

Hi, you got a solution for this? It is happening to me, with printers too, so I can not just run "ipconfig /registerdns" as mister Patrick suggests.

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