Last Updated on 20 April 2006, Total: 19 Knowledge Base Tips

  1. Ensuring DHCP Server Availability

    Forget the 80/20 rule for DHCP server availability and use 50/50 instead... Read More

  2. Grant DNS admin start / stop service rights

  3. Putting Automatic Private IP Addressing to Work

    Since the release of Windows 98, Microsoft's operating systems have, by default, supported Automatic Private IP Addressing (APIPA)--but how do you take advantage of it?... Read More

  4. Setting up and managing a DHCP server in Win2K

  5. Solve Windows 2000 DNS server problems

  6. Using the DHCPLOC Utility

    The DHCPLOC utility can come in handy in a variety of situations. Here are some of those... Read More

  7. Windows 2000 DNS Event Messages 1 Through 1614

  8. Windows 2000 Supported DNS Record Types

  9. Windows 2000 and DNS Comparison of Features

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