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Ipconfig registerdns not updating dns

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I've noticed that we have been gradually getting more and more "Agent Unreachable" status's for our VDI desktops over a period of 4 - 6 hours until I go in, remove the VM's from disk and let provisioning re-provision the VM's to reset them. I have made sure that the VM's are receiving IP addresses from DHCP and they are. We are not running out of addresses since these 150 desktops have 250 IP addresses in the DHCP scope with 15 minute lease times.

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The client will request for a name resolution (getting the IP address from a name) and the Server will either respond with the desired information or it will redirect the request to another DNS Server that is authoritative for the specified domain.If you are working with, well almost anything network intensive these days, like Antivirus or management tools, your Reverse DNS (r DNS) lookups need to be in good shape.If you find that you can not resolve IP’s back to a name on your network check your DNS REVERSE LOOKUP ZONE.Windows updates are important if you want to keep your PC running smoothly and without problems, but sometimes Windows Update can cause issues with DNS.One potential solution that users found is to disable peer-to-peer download for Windows updates.In this concept the client will request data from the Server.

If the information is found on the Server then the client will receive a direct response with the desired information.

How long entries are stored in the resolver cache depends on the Time to Live (TTL) value assigned to the record by the originating server.

To view current records and see the remaining TTL value for each record, in an elevated command prompt, type ipconfig/displaydns.

Once a DNS entry is stored in the resolver cache for a particular DNS host, the local computer no longer has to query external servers for DNS information on that host.

This enables the computer to resolve DNS requests locally, which provides a quicker response.

These values are given as the number of seconds that a particular record can remain in the cache before it expires.