DHCP - Blue Exclamation Fix

Posted on 2006-05-08
Last Modified: 2008-06-03
One of the scopes in my WIN2K3 DHCP has  blue exclamation mark on it.I've deactivate and reactive it and it became yellow E.M what does it mean?Other scopes are fine.Only this scope is having such a problem?
Question by:Serenea Carpenter
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    Expert Comment

    Have you tried to reconcile the scope. Click on the scope, the right-click and choose "reconcile"

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    Expert Comment

    Any eventID's in event viewer?
    Any information in those logs at all?
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    Accepted Solution

    It means that the scope had been completely used, and currently 90% of the addresses are used.
    DHCP console icons reference

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