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Take a look at what you have there for now, and if you feel that this may even be an issue, I'll try to see if I can pull back up that ticket I had open for any notes I may have on scavenging. Our network users mostly use laptops, we have a few hundred of them.
I cant seem to find out how to install replmon and netdiag for Server 2008 R2. So fast scavenging of records is paramount when considering they travel interstate between branches and connect to a VPN solutioon that issues addresses from a different subnet. As this option does not work, this only leaves scavenging to clean up the mess.
On the client, if I open a command propmt and type 'ipconfig /registerdns' I now have a DNS entry within the forward zone.
However, I do not have a entry in the reverse lookup zone.
Hi, I have a Windows Server 2008 R2 domain controller.
The Scavenging time can be set to 1 day, but not recommend for less than that.. 34 DNS update request the DNS update request queue limit exceeded. 50 Codes above 50 are used for Rogue Server Detection information.
This setting does not trigger any deletion, it is merely a method that DNS uses to check the time stamp of the records, to determine whether to mark them as stale or not.
The values of the refresh and the no-refresh interval, added together should be greater than the DHCP lease level.
Can someone please help me troubleshoot why DHCP is not updating DNS correctly. Are you by any chance running DNS on multiple Domain Controllers? Each DC has DNS which is AD integrated and is a DHCP server.
are is one domain controller acting as DHCP, and DNS? where I'm going at, is maybe it's a replication issue? One is a server 2003 and is issuing DHCP addresses for different subnets.