A. To enable the DHCP Name Protection feature for non-Windows clients, simply select the Properties action for the scope. Under the DNS tab, click the Advanced button and check the Enable Name Protection box.Related Reading:
- Q. What is DHCP Name Protection in Windows Server 2008 R2?
- Do Windows 2000 or later DHCP clients renew their existing lease on restart?
- How do I enable DHCP server logging?
- Configuring DHCP and WDS
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