Subject: Re: DHCP 'Release' Request
To: Graham Jenkins <>
From: Ted Lemon <>
List: tech-net
Date: 01/05/2000 19:15:08
> It didn't work either - because server still seems to pick up REAL
> MAC address. 

If this is true, the server is broken.   It's required to take the
client identifier in favor of the MAC address.   I'd be _very_
surprised if an NT server were to fail on this, though, since all
Microsoft clients send client identifiers.

It may be that you just have a broken Microsoft server, and should
install some service packs.   I wouldn't run a pre-4.0-SP4 server, for