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DHCP management on windows 2000

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The DHCP/BINL service has determined that it is not authorized to service clients on this network for the Windows domain: uwi-domain.
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by:havenjorie
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I got this problem since I have finished creating active directory. I got a little bit crazy with this. can you help me guys....
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pattersonr earned 50 total points
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In windows 2000 you must authorize your DHCP servers.
You need to go into DHCP management...through Administrative tools.
You should see the DHCP server you set up.  If you right click on that server name, you should see an option that says Authorize.  
This should probably fix the problem

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by:kruptos
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Sometimes it takes a few minutes to authorize the DHCP server to the domain, but barring any complications pattersonr gave you the correct answer.

Let me know if you need any further help!
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