Dns Jumper For Mac Os

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.

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Mac OS X; DNS; Active Directory; 7 Comments. Last Modified: 2015-04-14. Hello, Was looking for some solid advice on getting Mac computers to dynamically update their IP addresses to a Windows-based DNS server running Active Directory. I have the Dynamic updates set to Secure Only at the moment and would prefer to leave.