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Pocket PC 2003 Device Can't Get IP Address from Windows Server 2008

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I am trying to obtain an IP address from our Windows 2008 Small Business Server with a Pocket PC 2003 Device.  This has always been a sketchy before but ended being successful after several tries, but this time I am not being successful.  I've looked around on the server and it does appear that the Windows Filtering Platform is the culprit.  I see 5152 and 5157 event log messages in the security log and also see that Windows firewall has logged that it blocked the DHCP request.  What do I need to configure on the server to allow this connection?  The event log message is below.  Thanks for any help.

The Windows Filtering Platform blocked a packet.

Application Information:
      Process ID:            468
      Application Name:      \device\harddiskvolume4\windows\system32\svchost.exe

Network Information:
      Direction:            Inbound
      Source Address:            255.255.255.255
      Source Port:            67
      Destination Address:      0.0.0.0
      Destination Port:            68
      Protocol:            17

Filter Information:
      Filter Run-Time ID:      0
      Layer Name:            Receive/Accept
      Layer Run-Time ID:      44
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