We're running a Windows Server 2008 AD serving as DHCP and DNS for more than 300 PC.
When a PC desktop with the name "harry" connects to the network, the DHCP server gives it a lease, and adds appropriate A & PTR records via Windows DHCP+DNS.
This works fine; harry.my.domain points to 192.168.1.3, the client knows that its name is harry.my.domain, 192.168.1.3 points back to harry.my.domain, and all that is great.
Now I want every PC to have a wildcard : e.g *.harry.my.domain to resolve to 192.168.1.3, but I don't want to manually prepare a wildcard record for each of the 300 DHCP PC in the AD.
Is there a way to do this?
PS: my need is extremely close to this other question (but with unix, isc-dhcpd and bind, which I am much more familiar with...) so I took it as a template: Automatic subdomain wildcard for DHCP-DDNS additions?