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Quickest way to add IP range to windows server 2003 locally or remotely

Looking for fastest way to add ip range to windows server 2003 either locally or remotely (rdp). We need to add 150 IP address (in a range), don't want to add each manually. Solution can be a command line option or even a free script/program that will accomplish it.
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
I don't understand - why can't you just RDP into the DHCP console and add the range ?
You can use Netsh http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc787375(WS.10).aspx - by I don't see why you have to in this situation
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surfsideinternetAuthor Commented:
It is not DHCP, these are static IP address for the network card on the server
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Brian PiercePhotographerCommented:
What ?
You want to asign 150 IP addresses to a single noetwork card ?

What on earth are you trying to do ?
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surfsideinternetAuthor Commented:
KCTS,

How does that answer the question? Other then manually creating a batch script using netsh, what is the fastest way to add a range of IPs to a network card.
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surfsideinternetAuthor Commented:
The fastest way I found is to simply create a batch script using excel  (with string cat and excels auto numbering) to create the appropriate netsh lines. netsh set address .....
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