| | not BES related but ...: DHCP server question
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Since I guess that in this forum are enough people who are familiar with Microsoft Server software, I try to ask my question here:
How can I make sure (without using a layer 2/3 switch), that the Windows DHCP server service does not terminate itself when some i***t connects a device or computer to the network where also a DHCP server is running, terminates itself ?
The Windows DHCP server is of course authorized for the network, But have not found a way to force it running.
I have searched google & Microsoft, but found nothing.
I understand, that it is the admins responsibility is to make sure, that only 1 DHCP server is present in the network. But in a SOHO or SBS environment, it is not easy to stop the users from connecting a notebook to the network where internetsharing on the LAN port is enabled.
if only the DHCP server would not stop itself.
any ideas ?