In most networks, clients are able to obtain TCP/IP information from a DHCP server. Therefore, most network administrators are required to both install and manage a DHCP server.
In this exercise, you walk through the steps involved in installing a DHCP server on Windows 2000 Server, and you configure DHCP scopes.
Authorizing DHCP Servers in Active Directory In an Active Directory environment, DHCP servers must be authorized in the directory before they can be used. This is beyond the scope of this exercise, but it must be understood in production environments.
Estimated time: 20 minutes
Select Start, Settings, Control Panel. The Windows ...