Posted on 1997-12-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-19
It´s seems to me that Windows NT and 95´s DHCP client don´t use any other values than IP number from the DHCP server.
I´m looking for RFC 1542 functioning client.

please help me with this issue.
Question by:qabmatz
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gantriis earned 200 total points
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Hi qabmatz.

Have a look at the Microsoft knowledge base article Q121005: "DHCP Options Supported by Clients" which provides you with a comprehensive list of the options supported by the Microsoft Windows DHCP clients:

I hope this is the answer to your question.



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