Cause: The client, or its Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server, does not support the use of the Domain Name System (DNS) dynamic update protocol.
Solution: Verify that your clients or servers support the DNS dynamic update protocol.
If the DHCP server succeeds in performing the update with the DNS server, the result is an updated DNS host name and updated IP address information for the client computer in the DNS database.
Cause: The client was not able to register and update with the DNS server because of missing or incomplete DNS configuration.
For example, if the client computer obtains its IP address lease from a DHCP server, you might use the ipconfig /renew command to force the client to renew its lease with the DHCP server.
This is the primary server for the zone that can accept dynamic updates to it.
Cause: The client was not able to register with the DNS server because of intermittent problems with either the DNS server or the network.
Solution: At the client computer, use the ipconfig command as appropriate to retry registration or renewal and update client information with the DNS server.
Where these issues persist or seem likely, review your DNS deployment and modify it accordingly.
For more information, see Understanding Dynamic Update.