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Why won't SonicWALL TZ170 assign a static DHCP lease?

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I've configured 10 static DHCP leases matched to the 10 mac addresses found in my office environment.  All are enabled, yet the DHCP server doesn't seem to honor them - it leases an IP from the dynamic scope to all of these NICs.  

When you view the list of leases in the bottom window, it doesn't show any of them; it only shows the leases assigned to MAC addresses not covered by my list of static assignments.  

The configuration options for DHCP are very basic and I don't see what I could possibly be missing here.  There are no other DHCP servers active on the subnet.  I've tried deleting all the leases on the sonicwall and doing a /release /renew on clients (and reboots) and that doesn't cut it either.  Lease times have been allowed to naturally expire.  

I have "enable conflict detection" checked, but I can't see how that would be relevant?  

This isn't a critical issue but I'm hoping someone can point me in the right direction as it would certainly help!
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