Cleaning Up Phantom DHCP Leases....
Posted on 2003-02-25
NT Server 4.0, SP5, no option to upgrade to SP6;
I inherited a DHCP server that was originally set up for infinite lease expiration; The DHCP pool began to dry up, events recorded in event manager; I ran Jetpack.exe, to no avail ( waited 4 hours as recommended ).
I was able to obtain a DHCP Manager dump from DHCPCMD.exe -- I thought I could delete the phantom leases via a batch job. In Win2K server, you can use the "delete lease [IP]" command -- no such options on NT server.......or are there???