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    DHCP MMC Error

    I just went to add a new reservation into DHCP for a new printer that i have got and when i open up DHCP on the DC i get an error message saying that the snapin cant load. [See Screenshot Below]

    I dont know how long it has been like this as i cant remember the last time i opened dhcp!

    Server is 2003 with SP1, could i upgrade it to R2 and see if this fixes it? It is on job list for summer anyway! could just bring it forward a bit.
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    R2 Didnt fix it but this did You may receive a "Snap-in Failed to Initialize" error message when you try to view DHCP scope reservations on a Windows Server 2003-based DHCP server

    It was because there was 87 reservations it had a funny fit so i added a new reservation using the netsh command and all is now well!!

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