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directly below the word ASCII Type in the Class Name 3 You will note that the New Class dialog box inputs the binary values for each ASCII character as you type them Do not modify these values! Also, class 3 names are case sensitive You ll need to make note of how you spelled the class name Click OK when done
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6 Repeat the process for each class you need to add When all classes have been added, click Close to return to the Global MMC console 7 Next, right-click on the Server Options item and select Configure Options Move to the Advanced tab and select Microsoft Windows 2000 Options as the vendor class and Mobile Users as the user class 8 Set the value for number 02, Microsoft Release DHCP Lease on Shutdown Operating System by clicking on the check box 9 Next change the vendor class to DHCP Standard Options to set option 51, Lease The value is in the 0xseconds, where seconds is the number of seconds for lease duration For example, 0x86400 means 24 hours
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10 Finally, you will need to set this user class on all mobile systems To do so, you need to use the ipconfig command on each computer This setting can be performed at PC staging The command structure is as follows: ipconfig /setclassid adapter_name class_id For example, if your class ID is TandTMobile, the command would be
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TIP Class IDs are case sensitive You must type in the
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exact class ID wording for it to work properly User-defined class options can be assigned to either server or scope options, depending on whether they apply to systems in all scopes or only to systems in specific scopes
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TIP User-defined classes are also useful for the assignation of domain names to systems that are located in the same physical locations but use multiple domains For example, if you have users in the same physical location that use different domains, such as an intranet and a development domain, you can use a user-defined class to make sure that systems register DNS values in the proper DNS domain controller Use the user-defined class only for the smallest number of systems This will make it easier to stage and manage the systems
To add a class through the command line, use the following commands:
netsh dhcp server servername add class parameters
where servername is the DNS name of the DHCP server and parameters includes the details of the modification you want to make Use add class / for the details of the parameters setting
Administering Network Infrastructure Servers
DW-10: DHCP/RIS Server Authorization
Activity Frequency:
Ad hoc
In a Windows Server 2003 network using Active Directory, servers that will affect multiple systems must be authorized This includes DHCP services as well as Remote Installation 3 Services (RIS) This feature is designed to make sure that rogue machines cannot send out false addresses to clients 3 It is also quite useful because you can configure your server, review all settings, and correct potential errors before putting the server into service 3
Server authorization can only be done by users with the proper credentials You must be a Domain Administrator to activate a server
SECURITY SCAN To authorize a server: 1 Launch the Global MMC Console (Quick Launch Area | Global MMC Console) 2 Connect to the appropriate server (Action | Connect to another computer) and either type in the server name (\\servername) or use the Browse button to locate it Click OK when done 3 Depending on the service you are authorizing, right-click on DHCP and select Manage authorized servers from the context menu 4 Click Authorize, type the name of the server to authorize, and click OK 5 Click Close when done Your server is now ready to service clients
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TIP It may be necessary to use the DHCP console to 3 perform this task (Manage Your Server | Manage this DHCP server) because sometimes the Manage authorized 3 servers command does not appear in the Global MMC or Computer Management Console
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