The question is essentially in the title - I'm very new to servers and AD (studying for my first exam as of now and messing with VM's). My query is really, with DHCP installed in your domain, will it only dish out IP's and DNS details to domain joined computers? Would that mean in order to connect a machine to a domain you would need to configure static IP's since routers would naturally have DHCP switched off? And if this isn't the case, whats the benefit of using DHCP with AD if you can just control DHCP through your router (that is if DHCP isn't restricted to domain members only).
EDIT: For example - even if a non-domain joined computer connected up to the network on say a wireless AP (with DHCP fed to it from the DC itself with DHCP installed), it would still use the DC as the DNS server (ofc if it's setup this way) ?