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NT does not seem to support DHCP and WINS management with out having your server set as a domain controller.
If this is so and I want to creat a remote server to administer DHCP and WINS.  How can I keep this server from logging users in?  I do not want this server to validate users or run the login script.
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You can administer DHCP and WINS from an NT workstation or an NT server that is not a PDC or BDC.

Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) and Windows Internet Naming Service (WINS) administration can be performed from a Microsoft Windows NT 3.5x or 4.0 workstation by installing the client server tools (located on the Windows NT Server CD in the \CLIENTS\SRVTOOLS\WINNT directory).
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