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I ran into the same issue years ago the following group policy settings are how I resolved it.
This could easily be overkill, but since the above answers didn't cover things from a group policy angle here goes. sends option 81 and its fully qualified domain name to the DHCP server and requests the DHCP server to register a pointer resource record (PTR RR) on its behalf.
Now, type in the start of the subnet range of your network.
For this demo I’m setting up a zone for subnet 192.168.0.0/24. I recommend picking the first option “Allow only secure dynamic updates”That completes the wizard, click finish Back in the DNS console click on “Reverse Lookup Zone”I can now see the new zone listed. Now I’ll click the 0.168.192zone to view the reocrds So far I have only the SOA and NS resource records, no PTR records.
Even if you don’t have requirements for them I still recommend setting them up because they are extremely helpful when troubleshooting.If the Machine is not generating a unique SID, then an Active Directory integrated DNS will have the option to be set as allowing secure updates only.Have them set to be secure and non-secure on both the forward and reverse lookup zones.You can read more about this in my DNS Best Practices guide.These steps are very similar across other all server versions server versions (2008, 2012).
On Windows Server 2016 just type DNS in the search Box to quickly find the DNS console.