Our network contains 1 windows server 2003 r2 dhcp server. This server was recently "made" the new dhcp server after the last server that was handling dhcp crashed. Now, the new DHCP is configured to hand out 50 IP addresses. I've noticed that the dhcp server is handing out multiple IP addresses to the same servers on the network. All of our servers on our network are configured with static IP's and all of a sudden, the dhcp server is handing out 10 different IP addresses for 3 different servers. So our scope is being maxed out pretty quickly. I've noticed the unique ID column on the servers says "RAS" for each IP handed out and all other IP's handed out to client computers have their own unique id. I'm assuming this has something to do with RAS configuration but i'm not sure why the dhcp server keeps handing out multiple addresses...they all expire at the same time too. I have to keep deleting the "extra" IP's on the scope to free up room for guest laptops coming in and needing dhcp.