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Network Policy Server reserving IP addresses

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Using Server 2008 R2 and Network Policy Server to give access to wireless windows 7 tablets roaming our building. DHCP is being handled by the wireless controller(s). However, our DHCP server is reserving 10 IP's for clients on the same subnet as the server (that are never being used). How can I disable the NPS from reserving these addresses?

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David
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You've probably set ut PPTP VPN on NPS server as well ... that would reserver IP's
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