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I will monitor the issue for a few days and update status as it progresses Sounds like you may have stumbled onto your issue -- that is, your AD integration means that your DHCP server is letting your DNS server know each time it assigns a lease.Since when you log off the wireless, you're NOT actually releasing the address, the DNS server is keeping that address -- as you have pointed out, for the term of the DHCP lease, or 7 days. you need to setup Dhcp advanced DNS options to Always dynamically update DNS A and PTR records Also you must set credentials in DHCP server properties, other wise this process will not work This will ensure that when DHCP lease will expires \ changes by any mean on DHCP server, it will update corresponding DNS records Also you need to set DNS scavenging in such a way that no-refresh interval must be set to (half) less than refresh interval This will keep DNS server open for accepting dynamic update more time Also ensure that secure dynamic update is enabled on DNS zone Check below article to understand scavenging process correctly and to identify its relation with DHCP To setup scavenging Mahesh I had the dynamic update and DHCP credentials already in place.DNS Client service binding: In Windows 10, the DNS Client service offers enhanced support for computers with more than one network interface.An update client is a computer application or a feature in your router that keeps your hostname’s IP address up-to-date.Update [27/06/2013]: new information regarding the topic: Windows 7 & Reverse Lookup DNS Registration [Update] In my current project we have an Active Directory domain where we use Windows DNS servers with domain integrated DNS zones.For the reverse lookup zones we configured secure only updates.

One could think that this is pretty easy to configure, enable, throw a gpupdate in and off we go.

As the DHCP servers in this environment are Linux based we would like the clients to update their PTR records themselves.