Windows Server 2008: DHCP scope options. When a computer receives an IP Address from the DHCP server, it often receives extra information such as listings for DNS server, Default gateway, BootP server, etc. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol is a way of assigning IP Addresses to clients on a network, but networking is often useless without this extra information.
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