05-28-2021 07:29 AM
We have an issue when users return to the office the Windows DNS servers can not update the IP address to the office IP. We think its more of a Windows DNS permission issue but just wanted to check if anyone has seen this issue before.
- User on VPN get's IP from Palo via GP.
- DNS is updated in windows (owner is machine name).
- User then comes in to office and gets a new IP from Windows DHCP.
- The DHCP service account tries to update record but has no permission.
- Then we have some nice DNS issues 🙂
I have a case open but they have not seen this issue before.
05-29-2021 12:29 AM
The dhcp server settings has an advanced tab, you can set credentials in there to give permissions to update records.
06-01-2021 02:33 AM
We are updating GP at the minute so we are running 3 different versions. We think the issue is to do with the below setting and we are going to carry out some testing on one scope this week.
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