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256986 Description of the Microsoft Windows Registry
After you use Dhcpexim.exe to move the DHCP scopes, the DHCP server does not issue internet protocol (IP) leases.
This issue occurs because Dhcpexim.exe incorrectly sets the value for the RangeFlags value that is located in the following registry key, (where x.x.x.x stands for defined scopes):
After you use Dhcpexim.exe, the RangeFlags value is set to Disable = 0.
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To work around this problem, use either of the following methods to modify the RangeFlags value:
Use the DCHP snap-in:
Start DHCP Manager.
Right-click Scope, and then click Properties.
Click the Advanced tab, and then click to select Both in the Assign IP addresses dynamically to clients of section.
Use Registry Editor:
Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
Locate the RangeFlags value under the following key in the registry: