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Combined with Active Directory (AD) it makes managing thousands of DNS records for clients and servers a breeze.It's hard to imagine having to manually add and remove DNS records as fast as machines are constantly getting replaced in most IT organization these days.We are losing reservations all the time, wondering if the special user is doing more than just changing the name of the reservation.Microsoft Dynamic DNS (DDNS) is a wonderful feature.
They request a DHCP address, and the DHCP server hands them one and updates DNS.
This results in an 'A' record owned by either 'system' or the PC's AD computer account.
When this happens, the 'A' record becomes unwriteable by the DHCP server due to its security settings.
ISC has made a note of the excessive traffic generated by Microsoft DNS servers configured with a single label name in 2004 with Microsoft, which in turn disabled the ability for Microsoft DNS in Windows 2000 SP4 and newer to resolve single label names without a registry band aid.
More info on this: Active Directory DNS Domain Name Single Label Names – Problematic Published by Ace Fekay, MCT, MVP DS on Nov 12, 2009 at PM 641 0
Two domain controllers also have a DHCP and DNS role.