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I have the DHCP Service turned off of the Windows 2008 server, since I am using my Sonicwall Pro 2040 Router to distribute IPs. The Windows server constantly notifies me that the DHCP service is not running. How do I turn off this message?
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by:motnahp00
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Can you uninstall the DHCP role?
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by:Darius Ghassem
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No way to stop the message from popping up unless you remove the DHCP role. Plus I would recommend that you use the Windows DHCP service instead of your firewall for DHCP service.
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reubenwd earned 0 total points
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found my own solution, there is a notification select off on the DHCP Role
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The only answer that worked
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