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gechurch

Has this improved in Windows 7? In previous versions of Windows this would indeed make your PC a DHCP server, but it would set your PC to 192.168.0.1 (there was no way to change this), and it gave you absolutely no control over the DHCP functions at all - hence my recommendation of using a third-party tool.