JSI Tip 3927. The DHCP server could NOT contact the Active Directory?

When authorizing a DHCP server to your domain, you receive:

The DHCP Service could not contact Active Directory.

You have insufficient rights to the configuration container in Active Directory to make changes to the DHCP objects.

Make sure you can contact the Global Catalogue in your domain by using the Netdiag.exe tool.

NOTES: See Troubleshooting Common Active Directory Issues in Windows 2000.

NOTES: See Install and Configure a Windows 2000 DHCP Server in AD Domain

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

NOTES: See The Authorize command is missing from the DHCP MMC snap-in?



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