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Windows 2000 Display DHCP Server Information

Once the Windows 2000 DHCP-server is installed and configured, you can view the
IP-addresses assigned automatically:

Select "DHCP" , which is part of the
Windows menu "Administrative Tools".

In the left plane, select for the scope to
display the "Address Leases":


a quick check on the "Scope Options", which we have
configured already:

If required, you can change or add
the options of the scope.

A quick look on a Windows95 system, which was configured via the DHCP-server.

use "Winipcfg" for Windows95/98/ME or
"ipconfig" for Windows NT4 / 2000 to
display the configuration values for your
network card.




to get all information display, click
on the button "More Info >>"
 


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