Windows Server 2016 – DHCP configure Server and Scope options

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Open DHCP console, expand the server, then the IPv4/IPv6 and right-click Server Options. Click Configure Options. Here you can assign any additional options for the DHCP Server For the Scope options, select and expand the scope you want to configure options, right-click Scope Options and click Configure Options. You will see the same window. You can configure the options with PowerShell: More information here. Use get-dhcpserverv4optionvalue to see all the IPv4 options. Use remove-dhcpserverv4optionvalue to remove IPv4 option. For IPv6 use set-dhcpserverv6optionvalue, get-dhcpserverv6optionvalue and remove-dhcpserverv6optionvalue Windows Server 2016 – DHCP…

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Windows Server 2016 – DHCP Create Multicast Scope

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Then Open DHCP console, expand the server and right-click the IPv4 and click New Multicast Scope. Click Next. Specify Name and Description for the Multicast scope. Click Next. Specify the Click Next. and the Click Next. IP address. Change the Click Next. if necessary. Click Next. If you want any addresses to be excluded you can add them at Add Exclusions. Click Next. Configure the Lease Duration and click Next. Choose if you want to activate the multicast now. Click Next. Click Finish. You can do the same with PowerShell:…

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Windows Server 2016 – DHCP Server Create a Scope

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Open DHCP. On Server Manager, click Tools and then DHCP Expand the DHCP Server , right-click IPv4 or IPv6 and click New Scope. Click Next. Specify the Name and if you want the description for the new scope. Click Next. Specify the Start IP address and the End IP address. Click Next. Specify any IP address that you want to exclude and click Next. If you want to change the Lease Duration do it here. Click Next. Select Yes, I want to configure these options now. Click Next. Specify the Default Gateway. Click Next. Specify the FQDN…

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