In some point of time (I don't know when...) the DNS on a Windows 2003 Server gets populated with all computers on Active Directory.
There is any way to repopulate it again? For instance, when changing the IP on a computer how to do to update DNS records? When dropping a computer, how to drop it from DNS Server?
Of course, a way is to do it by hand, but there is an automated way (say command line or menu option)?
EDIT: Robert Moir, Things I wish to do:
- Cleanup DNS entries for old computer that does not exists (dead computers or/and active directory dropped).
- Some computer have fixed (not DHCP) IP addresses (in our case we have computer on another building and for network provider reasons the DHCP is not working there fine, all buildings connect with VPNs). If we move a DHCP computer to another LAN wich requires fixed IP how can DNS get updated not by hand?