I have a remote site on which a number of anauthorised machines are being used. These users have been asked not to connect their PCs but a few continue to do so.
Is there a way of reserving "unrouteable" addresses to these machines through Windows 2003 DHCP server? I have setup a new dummy scope and set the reservations for the "bad machines" to addresses from this scope, but they are still getting addresses from the main "good" scope.
Am I going about this the wrong way or is there an accepted method of acheiving my objectives?