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Windows 2008: Exclusion tool for DHCP scope

Hi,

This is relative to Windows 2008 server. I use the server manager to add the role of DHCP. When I installed the DHCP role, I give the range of IP address (For example: The IP will start from 192.168.51.1, and the IP will end at 192.168.51.254); however It did not PROMPT me with the EXCLUSION (Note: I want to exclude the IP address from 192.168.51.1 – 192.168.51.99)

I open the DHCP console. I saw the scope “LAN1” for 192.168.51.1 – 192.168.51.254

I search and look around the SWITCH or TOOLS to put the EXCLUSION of the above IP addresses. (Note:  I can do it by DELETING the above scope, and creating it again using the DHCP console; but I am sure there should be a tool for it)

My question: Would somebody show me the tool in the DHCP console to create the EXCLUSION of IP address to the mentioned scope?

Thank you

tjie
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