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    Reservations issue for tightvnc purpose.

    After a setup with DHCP on a newer server box, I got couple of clients show up on DHCP list and wanted to move 'em into the reservations list but...it wouldn't let me change to the specific ip address so I can group 'em of each classroom such as *.10 to .*19 for grade 1 to 4th and *.20 to *.29 for grade 5th to 8th. The main reason to do this is because I already have about 40 tightvnc saved files with their ip addresses in 'em for easy deployment.

    Make sense?

    Thanks in advanced!

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    Bit of a pain, I would like to be able to modify the address field as well. When I need to make a reservation I just make the reservation like you did, copy out the mac, delete it, then add a new reservation manually. Like I said a pain.
    When I have a lot to do I use the command line.
    Export a list of leases, change the ip address to what you want. Then manipulate them in excel for the command line.
    Netsh commands for DHCP: Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP); Scripting



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