Rogue DHCP Server Detection

Rogue DHCP Server Detection

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find DHCP servers on the network Rogue DHCP Server Detection is a free tool from the Microsoft DHCP Team that enables network administrators to detect potentially rogue DNS servers on the subnet. The program scans the selected subnet and produces a list of all DHCP servers and marks the ones that have not been authorized by Active Directory. The scan can be performed manually or automatically every X minutes from the system tray Copyright

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Publisher Microsoft Corp. (34) Price Free
Version 1.0 Last updated Jul 06, 2009
File Size 31 Kb Requirements None

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Good for free 3 stars by gimpguy Sep 20, 2011 (Read all my 1159 reviews)
Careful on this one, if you have too many allowed DHCP users (typically 50) in your router, it will detect extra spots (address allowed) as rogue. When I set it to limit of 7, it detected 106 as rogue. At 6, it detected nothing since all were filled. That said, you can select it as good regardless, so if you know it's not rogue, just check it as legit. I didn't have any actual rogue finds so I can't say if it completely worked but it's free, seems to work ok. show Review details
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