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Posted on 2007-03-26
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Hi,
I have a DHCP server running on Windows server 2003.  I like to find out is there a way I can obtain a DHCP log to show which IP assign to a workstation in the past.  Because right now if I go to DHCP console, it shows the current one, and a workstation may not have the same IP assigned to it yesterday.  I hope my question is clear. Thanks for all the help in advance.
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DCHP maintains logs on a rolling 7 day cycle. At 00:00 on Monday it creates a log called
DhcpSrvLog-Mon.Log
at 24:00 on Monday it closes that log and starts
DhcpSrvLog-Tue.Log
Etc.
 See http://support.microsoft.com/kb/298367 for more info and a key to the event codes.
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