Block IP address to workgroup nodes

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Windows Server 2003
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we are using win server 2003 for 250 clients. all systems are in domain control except few systems. some of the computers are still in workgroup. IP addresses dynamically assigned for workgroup systems .  when we connect the patch card to the new system it would be connect the network without adding into domain. how to block dynamic IP address assigning to workgroup systems. is any group policy?.the domain network nodes only can access the IP address.



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Not sure if this will do the trick but take a look at: http://server-monkey.com/2011/01/22/server-2003-2008-dhcp-mac-address-filtering/
I’ve never used it so your mileage may vary.

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  • Gabe9527
    Q: how to block dynamic IP address assigning to workgroup systems? A: Turn of DHCP from the Network properties or create a seperate DHCP scope and add the Workgroup server in as a reserved address. This would also give you Dynamic DNS for the workgroup servers. Q: the domain network nodes only can access the IP address? A: I am guessing this is a DHCP question and not server access. Removing the NIC property to use DHCP should do what you require but the reservation outside of your scope would work better. If you are asking about access then your best bet would be to use a seperate subnet and firewall control access across the route.
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  • Mnrao
    whenever you connect the system to the network, an IP address automatically assigned by the DHCP server. here I want to stop automatic IP address to those which are not in domain network. pl guide me
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  • santoshsharma
    Hi Mnrao,You can add a specific IP address range pool in your DHCP Server for the computers which are in domain controler. if the new computer joins in your network it will not take the ip.
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