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Hi

l have a DHCP server and  we configred for around 350 pc
and l have geting in DHCP server manager l am geting full
details of m/c like computer name and hardware address and
ip address . l want to take print out of that how can l get the print out of that database .it is not possible to go arround each pc and take it  . please help on this

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by:dsrikump
ID: 1795068
bava,
Here's something. The DHCP server uses an MS "Access-like" database. But here's the catch, if you open the current version of that database with Access you will undoubtedly corrupt it. So make a copy of the original and then open the copy. Print to your hearts desire. The file is called dhcp.mdb, and its in the \systemroot\system32\dhcp folder.

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-Remember to make a copy and work on the copied version--or you'll corrupt your original by opening it in MS Access.
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by:wayneb
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It is a Msjet database but access will not beable to open it, even if it has a mdb extension. The 2 data formats are different.
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by:dsrikump
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shucks, it was worth a try.
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by:bava
ID: 1795071
Hi
 l took the DHCP.mdp database triyed to open in MS ACCESS but it not opening there
it tells it not a ms access database .. is it any other way to take print out  of that database , or
any other utility to take print out
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by:ahoffmann
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dhcpcmd  from ResKit
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by:ahoffmann
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what'S wrong with my answer?
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rlesh earned 100 total points
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You can get a log from DHCP, but you have to stop the service first.  I use a .BAT file that I run in the AT command scheduler each week to dump a log snapshot.  The commands look like this:

  rem Now stop DHCP services and archive the current log.....
  net stop dhcpserver
  ren dhcpsrv.log dhcpsrv.001
  net start dhcpserver
  if not errorlevel 0 echo DHCP Services are down!!!!


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by:ahoffmann
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.. not the way a admin would do it :-[
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by:bava
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Hi

l am to understand rlesh answer please explain detail ,dhcpcmd  from ResKit, for that l dont have reskit
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by:rlesh
ID: 1795077
DHCP writes a log file of all assignments and renewals.  But, the log is opened in exclusive mode by DHCP while active.  To view or copy the log, you must stop DHCP services.

I have written a command file, like the one I posted as the answer.  I use the AT command scheduler to run the command each week, late at night, when I expect no one is using the system.  The command file:

  Stops DHCP services:  NET STOP DHCPSERVER
  Renames the logfile:  REN DHCPSRV.LOG DHCPSRV.001
  Restarts DHCP:        NET START DHCPSERVER
 
The whole process runs very fast.  You can execute it as necessary to create a log.

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