Bryan O'Connor | 14 April 2013
Once the DHCP server role is installed, the next step is to tell the DHCP server the range of IP addresses that can be handed out and also any additional items such as Router and DNS servers to be assigned to the client.
One of the courses I teach is the
Microsoft Windows 2012 Installing and Configuring course, the
Microsoft designation is the 20410B
In the presentation, we look at creating a DHCP Scope within Windows Server 2012.
After you install the DHCP role on a server, you must configure the DHCP scopes. A DHCP scope is the primary method by which you can configure options for a group of IP addresses. A DHCP scope is based on an IP subnet, and can have settings specific to hardware or custom groups of clients.
The demonstration is available at the BryanQA Youtube site