To configure scope options, follow the steps in Procedure 5.26.Procedure 5.26 Configuring Scope Options records, with the DNS server.The DHCP server uses this information to send a DNS Update message to the DNS server on behalf of the client.
This option is configured separately as part of scope properties. At this point, you need to configure options for DNS server(s), a DNS domain name, and a default gateway.
You may have other options you want to include, but these are the basics.
Open the server Properties window and select the If you select the last option that registers downlevel clients by proxy, you'll see the icons appear as dynamic registration icons (fountain pen emblems) as the clients renew their leases.
As clients renew their leases, they renew their Dynamic DNS registrations, as well.
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When a new client gets an IP address, DHCP doesn't update DNS with the record. The DHCP and DNS are on the same box (which is also the primary DC).You can verify this by checking the DNS console to see whether new addresses appear as Windows Server 2003 DHCP clients get their DHCP configuration packets.If a DHCP client is not running Windows Server 2003 or some other client that supports Dynamic DNS Updates, it will not register its leased DHCP address in DNS.When you are ready to install DHCP and set aside addresses to lease, follow Procedure 5.25.Procedure 5.25 Installing DHCP Service Drivers console.If you have downlevel clients that you want to register in DNS, you can take advantage of the DHCP proxy features for Dynamic DNS registration.