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Missing 135 Domain suffix search order option

Posted on 2006-06-29
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I have two identical Windows 2003 servers which are both acting as DHCP servers. One of the servers will let me configure option 135 Domain suffix search order. The other server does not have the 135 option. I lnow I can do it through a GPO, however, would like to do it through DHCP.

Any ideas?
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You can add it back:

netsh>dhcp
netsh dhcp>server \\<server_machine_name>
netsh dhcp>add optiondef 135 Domain suffix search order String 0 comment=DNS Search Order


Just so you know, I don't have that option either.  Was it added by a piece of software you installed?

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