I have a Windows Active Directory Domain, I am running Windows DNS and DHCP Servers. I have roughly 150 Mac OSX clients. My problem is that I can not get my OSX clients to register in the DNS server. I can ping a OSX client by IP but not by computer name, unless I manually create a host file for that machine. When I look at my DHCP leases I can see the computer name of the OSX client but I can not find a way for the OSX client to dynamically update the DNS server. Does anyone know if there is a way to do this? I have searched all over the internet and MS and Apple sites, and canot find anything. Any help or suggestions would be appreciated.
DNS (Domain Name System) is a system for retrieving information about a domain. It is often intended for determining (retrieving) the IP address of some resource by its name. DNS transforms the site name that you type (for example google.com) into an IP address that. There are two ways we can fix that: Let pppd handle everything on macOS (at least by default). However as far as I can understand pppd cannot update the domain search list for DNS lookups.; Get openfortivpn to use the proper API to update the DNS parameters. Until now openfortivpn has been calling the POSIX API of macOS only, as well as external programs. Calling the C# API is probably not.
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