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    Hello All,

    I need help or hints if this can be implemented. I have Win 2003 as DC, DNS and DHCP server. I configured DHCP server with multiple scopes as follows:

    Superscope Subnet B:
    Scope[192.168.10.32] LDB < --- Start IP: 192.168.10.33 End IP: 192.168.10.62
    Scope[192.168.10.96] AdminHome < --- Start IP: 192.168.10.97 End IP: 192.168.10.126 At the moment my home network setup as follow:
    1. Win 2003 (static IP 192.168.10.102).
    2. Router (IP 192.168.10.101) relay DHCP server to 192.168.10.102.
    3. All clients computers (1 Win XP Pro and 2 Win 2008 ) connected wirelessly trough router and obtained IP addresses automatically within AdminHome scope.

    How can I configure the DHCP server so the client computer (Win XP) get its IP from AdminHome scope and the other two clients (Win 2008 ) from LDB? Is this possible or do I need to install another DHCP server?

    Any help or advice greatly appreciated.

    Thanks a lot,
    fixzit

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