Windows Server 2003 DHCP server loses Router (Default Gateway) setting on 1 of the scopes it services.

When my server reboots once a month.  The default gateway for 1 scope disappears.  It is always the same scope and is only 1 of 5 scopes administered by this server.  DHCP is authorized and there are no events in the logs to indicate any issues.
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iedenCommented:
Is the scope properly set up in Sites and Services?
cgoheenAuthor Commented:
Yes, everything in Sites and Services is setup properly.
iedenCommented:
When you check the Properties of the Scope Options and click 003 Router, Is the Vendor Class "DHCP Standard Options" and User Class "Default User Class"?
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cgoheenAuthor Commented:
Yes,  the Vendor Class is "DHCP Standard Options" and User Class is "Default User Class"
iedenCommented:
What about the Server Options?
iedenCommented:
Just throwing this one out there, does you DHCP server have any DHCP assigned address perhaps to a disabled NIC?
iedenCommented:
Any updates to this issue?
cgoheenAuthor Commented:

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