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I have a problem.I want to reservedip IP for client from anthor computer (from web server).


First i have DC(winserver 2003) computer domain is reg-mac.com with DHCP services.

Second : I have WebServer (winserver 2003-IIS6-DOT NET 2.0).

Finally : I have Active Directory accout RegMac  with granted permission in DHCP Administrator group.


In DC computer i log on with RegMac account,and use command 'netsh dhcp server \\10.22.1.210 scope 10.22.10.0 add reservedip 10.22.10.17 001e650236a6 test test' it work.


but i want use above command with RegMac account on webserver . How to do it ????

Does Anyone know ,or give me solution ?

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You can use PsExec from SysInternals (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb897553.aspx) and use this syntax

psexec \\WebServer_Name -u RegMac -p RegMac_Password netsh "dhcp server \\10.22.1.210 scope 10.22.10.0 add reservedip 10.22.10.17 001e650236a6 test test"

It should solve your problem
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Thank for your solution
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