[windows2000] Re: DHCP Dynamic updates

  • From: "James Lilly" <LillyJ@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <Nick.Fitzgerald@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>, <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 11 Aug 2004 09:18:05 -0400

Is you DNS zone (Right click on it in the DNS MMC and select Properties)
configured to accept dynamic updates on the General tab?

Hope this helps;

>>> Nick.Fitzgerald@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx 8/11/2004 9:04:40 AM >>>
Hi All,


I have recently implemented a Microsoft Windows 2000 DHCP server. The
is configured to update an Active directory integrated DNS zone
The server appears to be leasing addresses and also appears to be
DNS, however all the lease icons within the DHCP MMC denote that there
DNS updates pending. This does not change, they always denote a DNS
is pending.


Has anyone seen this before or does anyone have any further info on
Any help would be appreciated.


Thanks in advance

Nick Fitzgerald  



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