Have a Windows 2012 server issuing DHCP but one of the computers on the network just won't get an address. I can set it manually and it works just fine with internet and domain services, but as soon as I set it to automatically get an address, it gets the APIPA address. I've tried formatting the HD and starting with a clean install of Windows 10 but the same thing happens. The DHCP settings allow for 50 addresses and there are plenty to go around.
Is there some setting I need to change?