JSI Tip 7839. When you type 'netsh dhcp /?' in Windows XP, you receive 'The following command was not found: dhcp /?'?

If you experience the subject behavior, type:

NETSH SHOW HELPER

If DHCP is not displayed, add the DHCP context:

NETSH ADD HELPER DHCPMON.DLL

NOTE: See How do I use Netsh.exe to authorize, unauthorize and list DHCP servers in Active Directory?



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