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Is there any way that i can view the DHCP leases that my DHCP Server does throught my intranet administration page using ASP commands in VBScript.
And also if i can delete the specific lease from a specific client...


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by:PaschalNee
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There is a representation of a DHCP server in the latest MS Active Directory Schema.  You should be able to access this object from ASP.  Are you on Win2k or WinNt
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/adschema/ad/win2k_c_dhcpclass.asp

Failing that you can try IPBandit which pretty much does the same thing http://members.tripod.com/SneakyWeb/download.htm

Seems to be VB focused but I'm sure you could use it from ASP

Description: IP configuration control. Gathers all IP-related configuration information for all installed network adapters (even dial-up) and exposes the information as properties. Includes Release and Renew methods to communicate with a DHCP server. (Note: My special ExportTicks property allows the control's internal timer to be used for other purposes in your application, so you don't have to include a separate timer control.)

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