I have a question that probably seems kind of stupid but I can't find a definitive answer from google.
In Microsoft's DHCP Server service, and if you are running AD, you can "authorize" a DHCP server.
I'm guessing that means that if a DHCP server is not authorized, and joined to the domain, it won't respond to DHCP requests correct?
Also, does it need to have it's name in DNS for it to actually function properly? For example dhcp.example.com -> 192.168.1.2
I know it's recommended, but what are the ramifications if you don't have it?