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  • Client and DNS connection fails after shutting down force domain

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  • DHCP Split Scope – Win2008 Ent R2

    Hello I've found several articles on how to perform the DHCP split scope configuration. However when I perform the right mouse click on the existing scopes, the advanced option is not avaliable to start the wizard. I'm using Win 2008 Ent - R2. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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  • Windows Server 2008 R2 DHCP error not a reserved client

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  • Static IP in scope

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  • New DHCP Range

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