Ms dns not updating
If the ping and traceroute test show your server with us in the outcome, you know the DNS is propagated. You can try speeding up the propagation time by having your TTL set to a lower number (not recommended). We set the default TTL to 14400 (4 hours); however the network that you are using to access the internet may update at a slower rate.You can try Clearing your DNS cache or "Hello siva, and thanks for the comment.
Azure DNS uses a global network of name servers to provide fast responses to DNS queries.This user's credentials are used in the Advanced - Credentials setting of the DHCP zone.What I am finding is that workstations that are joined to the domain are showing up in DNS just fine, while workstations that are not part of the domain do not show up in DNS - however they do show up in DHCP.From what I understand, the servers should update their own DNS records every 24 hours, but like I said, I have many that are over 24 hours old.If I log on to the server and reboot, or run ipconfig /registerdns, it will update the timestamp just fine.This seems to be only the case for Workstations, There are several smart phones that are connected to our network (not part of the domain), and they show up in DNS just fine. All the ipconfig settings seem to be correct, including the DNS suffix.
I have also tried ipconfig /registerdns at the workstation.
I believe there are two ways to solve this: You can either join your Linux machines to Active Directory using SAMBA and then they should be able to update their DNS records (if I recall correctly just being a domain member is enough to be able to update secured DNS zones) or your Windows admin can configure a "proxy-account" that will be used to authenticate when performing the secured updates.
Create an Active Directory user and make sure that it is a member of the Dns Update Proxy.
They are: Security Update for the 2007 Microsoft Office System (KB976321) and Update for Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 Junk email Filter (KB981726).
Does anyone have any suggest on how to rectify this?
When a domain is newly registered, the nameservers are changed, or DNS changes are made, you can expect a propagation time up to 24 hours.