Very nice article, lots of good information. Why can't MS make things this clear in their documentation?
Excellent. It is a very illustrative article for both newbies and experienced IT professionals
we are using c class network. (we have one network id) so we cab be provide 252 connections. But i want to give 260 above connections.
Can you believe, we're still using Windows 2000 DHCP but I need to "move it" to Server 2003. Does the "move" of DHCP from one machine to another work on a 2000 to 2003 "move" or do you have to use the export/import method that I have seen alluded to in various "guides".
I just had this problem and none of the repairs I tried worked and DHCP was failing to start with the error message the jet database was corrupt. I then deleted the content of the DHCP folder, leaving the structure intact and restarted the service, viola DHCP started working, but I did have to recreate the scope. I think the problem may have been caused because fast indexing was switched on in the folder. I also switched it off on the DHCP folder and the DNS folder.
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