DHCP configuration in DC

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HI all I'm was configuring DHCP in a new Domain controller for an another site. I already have a DHCP in my site. when I tried to authorize DHCP in the other site it says "Access Denied" with system event 1059 and 1046. Can anybody help me to rectify problem and find a suitable solution for dynamic IP Addr. allocation to client PCs at the other site. many thanks
ASKED: March 1, 2006  4:35 AM
UPDATED: March 2, 2006  6:28 PM

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Hii Roopak,

One of the key thing need to check is whether DNS name resolution working properly. This can be do by using Nslookup command line tool and type the name of the server or any of the DNS clients name which should be resolved to corresponding name. This should check in both DHCP and DNS servers, if they are in separate systems.
If you are finding any problem in this, check the network connectivity. Check the DNS Zone records for duplicate name or IP address.
Verify that the DHCP server had authorized in AD. Without DHCP authorization in AD, a DHCP server cannot do IP address leasing to client.

Try this probably it should work.

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  • Vernmeister
    As a workaround, the service shutdown can be prevented by disabling DHCP rogue server detection. If you know there are no overlaps of IP addresses, than this works well. To disable DHCP rogue server detection, perform the following steps: 1. Open Registry Editor. 2. Traverse to the following location: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemCurrentControlSetServicesDhcpserverParameters. 3. On the Edit menu, click New->DWORD Value. Use the following parameters for the new key: Value Name: DisableRogueDetection Data type: REG_DWORD Radix: Binary Value data: 1 4. Close Registry Editor. 5. Restart the DHCP Server service. Regards, Vern
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