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Windows Server® 2008 Networking and Network Access Protection (NAP) by Microsoft Networking Team, Tony Northrup, Joseph Davies

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Deployment Steps

When deploying DHCP, first add the role to the DHCP server, configure the scopes, options, and exclusions, and then authorize the DHCP server. Next, configure your routers as DHCP relay agents to forward requests from subnets that do not have a DHCP server directly attached. Typically, computers other than the DHCP server do not require any configuration, because they are configured to act as DHCP clients by default.

The sections that follow provide step-by-step instructions for deploying DHCP on your network.

DHCP Servers

When configuring a DHCP server, first install the DHCP server role. You can add a single scope when adding the role, and you should add any additional scopes, reservations, exclusions, and options after you have ...

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