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changing the subnetmask

By zchris ·
dear members,

how can i change the subnet-mask on all of my clients remotely without a dhcp server?

thanks in advance

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by eBob In reply to changing the subnetmask

If you're not using DHCP then: you can't.

One of the other reasons to use DHCP. Oh, and don't forget your printers and other "fixed" IP address boxes.

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by Curacao_Dejavu In reply to changing the subnetmask

would not know if thats possible.
but for the future you can use a software like radmin, which let you take complete control of the desktop.
Of course you will have to go first to the pc's to install it.

Leopold

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by deltree In reply to changing the subnetmask

run regedit, connect to remote computer. edit the dhcpsubnetmask entry.
Then a reboot will be required.

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by deltree In reply to changing the subnetmask

note there might be multiple dhcpsubnetmask entries.

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by zchris In reply to changing the subnetmask

i can't find an entry named "dhcpsubnetmask" in my registry. thanks anyway

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