Hello everyone, I’m having the following problem that sometimes some IGEL thin clients on the network grab the name of a Windows client.
In my case this prevents certain Citrix policies from being processed because they are bound to client names, e.g. “ITC*”.
Unfortunately I can’t find an explanation why this happens?
are you usng microsoft dhcp? if so, enable name protection
Ok i will try it thanks
If a Windows client already has registered a DHCP lease and has DNS A/AAAA/PTR records registered, if a non-Windows device attempts to register the same lease OR DNS records, the registrations fail.
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