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Setting Up a DHCP Server


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DHCP is a requirement for OSD.

A DHCP server automatically assigns a computer with an IP address, subnet mask and default gateway for a given network.

  • From your SCCM server, in this case ITFSCCM01, open Server Manager 
  • Click add Roles and Features, click next, click next again 
  • Verify the selection of the ITFSCCM01 server, click next 
  • Click DHCP Server, click Add features, click next, click next, then click next again 
  • Click Install, then click close 

Setup a DHCP scope 

  • Double click the itfsccm01 server, right click IPv4, click New Scope 
  • For name type itflee scope, click next 
  • For Start IP address type,  
  • For End IP address, type
  • Accept defaults for length and subnet mask, click next 
  • Click next, then next again 
  • For DHCP options, click yes, then click next 
  • From Router IP address, type, click add then click next 
  • From Server name type your domain controllers name, in this case I type itfdc01, click resolve, then click add, then click next, click next 
  • Click next to Activate this scope, click finish 
  • Activation could take a few minutes 
  • Now we see that our DHCP server and scope has been activated. 

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