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DHCP W2K MMC meaning of pencil or paint brush sign

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In the Windows 2000 DHCP MMC there are some entries under address leases marked with a pencil or paint brush sign? I can´t find any info the online help, so a question to you all: Who does know what this means?

Lutz
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Pencil means "Active and DNS registered"
Have a look at the link below for a description of all icons in DHCP management console:

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/techinfo/howitworks/communications/nameadrmgmt/dhcpcons.asp
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Hi!

Thank you very much. Good hints. This answer helped me really.

Lutz
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Pleasure.
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