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They might be great for 10.4, but there's no reason to be installing extra pref panes on 10.5 or 10.6.
I have a DHCP server on a subnet (my firewall which routes my subnets does NOT support DHCP relay) For some reason this DHCP server (which is AD authorized) does not always update the DNS records when it hands out an address. /2 of the time it works fine, but about 1/2 of the addresses in the DHCP lease console show up with "pencil icon" meaning that the DHCP update is still pending. I can't find any relevent errors in client, DHCP server, or DNS server's event logs.
Upon further investigation, it looks like the forward zone is updating ok, it's the reverse zone that isn't being kept up to date.
Most of this has been fixed in 10.7.2 and up so you may need to patch them if they're below that waterline.
I saw one related post/thread stating that their issue was scavenging wasn't enabled. Edit the requisite file on the mac in question to make sure it's giving back a FQDN, if the file is not already correctly that way. I can check the scavenging setting, but I doubt it would be an issue since the DNS zones are mostly blank.
Anyone have any idea how to make this work properly?
Both our equipment and the network printers use FQDN option 81 and requests the DHCP server to update the DNS and support for this option is also enabled in the DHCP server.
Update Credentials are set to the same account on all (competing) DHCP servers so that the secure updates will not conflict.