DHCP Windows 2008 R2 – providing IP, subnet mask, DNS, and Gateway

DHCP is extremely common and is used by nearly every company out there. Windows Server 2008 R2 is also a very popular server for this kind of operation. These two facts identify this topic as ‘old news’ and is therefore more just for my benefit than anyone else. As usual though, I would be all the more excited if it did turn out to be beneficial for someone else.

Intro: As the heading tells, the goal here is to install DHCP service on a server and push out an IP, subnet mask, DNS address, and a gateway all through DHCP.

Here we go then:

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