c# DHCP Server scope

Posted on 2007-03-28
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Im using c# and would like to check when a DHCP scope on a server reaches 90% full, Ive looked into doing this using WMI and it doesnt seem possible.  Are there any other ways of doing this?  I would really like c# examples of how to do this.  Cheers.
Question by:AlistairDyer
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graye earned 1000 total points
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No, I don't think there is a WMI provider for the DHCP service.

So, that means you are stuck with the DHCP API (which was designed for C/C++).  Doing a quick Google search, I could only find a few examples of a managed application using this API, so it looks like you're charting mostly unknown territory... sorry


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