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DHCP Authorize "Access id denied"

Posted on 2006-06-01
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When I try to authorise my DHCP Service on Windows 2003 it says "Access is denied". It is apparently because I need to log in as Enterprise Admin, but i do not have such an account in AD. I have an Enterprise Admins group of which I am a member but still get the same error. Can anybody help?
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Question by:ZuG
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by:Jay_Jay70
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Hi ZuG,

you need to add yourself to the DHCP admins\operators group
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Tried that, still didn't work :(
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by:Jay_Jay70
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is this a child domain?
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by:Steve Knight
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I imagine what JayJa70 means is you have to be Enterprise Admin in the root domain, if you are in native W2K or above mode you should be able to add a child domain a/c to that group otherwise you have to use an a/c from the root domain.

If not a child domain then it should be working of course :-)

Steve
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yea i am not in a child domain but think it was something to do with the domain. I was in a domain then started a new one and I don't think Windows 2003 liked it. I removed my new domain and created a yet another one and it seems to work now. Thanks.
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hmm sounds like something strange going on there, i have read a lot of times where this happens in a child domain as steve suggested

as long as you are up and running
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