Seems like an interesting feature of the Hyper-V platform. In addition to stopping a rogue DHCP server from causing havoc on a network environment, you also want to detect and correct the configuration issue.
You could also use a solution such as the Mancala Network Controller ( http://www.mancalanetworks.com ) which continuously monitors the network for rogue devices including DHCP servers. It provides immediate quarantine capabilities and identifies the rogue DHCP server's location whether it be a physical or virtual host.
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