A Microsoft Windows 2000 administrative tool for managing the DHCP Server service on Windows 2000 Server. The DHCP console is the main tool used for managing and configuring all aspects of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) on a Windows 2000–based network and is implemented as a snap-in for the Microsoft Management Console (MMC).
You can use the DHCP console for the following standard DHCP administration tasks:
Graphic D-17. The DHCP console for Windows 2000 Server.
The DHCP console also includes the following advanced features, which are new to Windows 2000: