DHCP Manager

DHCP Manager is a Microsoft Windows NT administrative tool for managing the DHCP Server service on Windows NT Server.

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What is DHCP Manager?

A Microsoft Windows NT administrative tool for managing the DHCP Server service on Windows NT Server. DHCP Manager is the main tool used for managing and configuring all aspects of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) on a Windows NT–based network.

DHCP Manager is installed on a machine running Windows NT Server by using the Network utility in Control Panel to add the Microsoft DHCP Server service to the machine.

Graphic D-18. Administrative tool for Windows NT Server

You can use DHCP Manager for the following tasks:

  • Creating a scope of IP addresses to lease to DHCP clients
  • Creating a set of scope options, which are passed on to clients
  • Configuring the lease duration for IP addresses leased to clients
  • Viewing and terminating active leases on a network
  • Creating reservations for servers that need specific IP addresses