Windows 2008 DHCP Scope Options

Posted on 2013-02-05
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What is the difference between Windows DHCP scope options 005 Name Servers vs 006 DNS servers?
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Thanks for the link..

So it sounds like the DHCP 005 option is more legency based and 006 is the newwer option.. Is this correct?

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