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Configuring DHCP Relay Agent within Routing and Remote Access

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I'm on a Windows Server 2003 domain controller.  I just added VPN and remote access.  Now I'm in the routing and remote access  window, trying to configure the service to know where my DHCP server is.  The Help says, "Right-Click General, then click New Routing Protocol.  Then in the Select Routing Protocol dialog box, click DHCP Relay Agent.

But the problem is ... under New Routing Protocol, there is no DHCP Relay Agent option.  

Does this make sense?
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Is there already a DHCP Relay Agent object under the IP Routing object?  I think this is usually set up by default when you enable RRAS in Win2K3.

Hope this helps!

Deb
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Thanks a lot, Deb.  Yes it helped!
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