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Question 45

The correct answer is C. Only the members of the Domain Admins group of a domain can authorize DHCP servers in Active Directory; the DHCP Administrators group is found only on the local DHCP server and has no authority at the domain level. You would need Enterprise Administrator rights in a parent domain if you needed to change the authorization level of a DHCP server in a child domain. Answer A states that the DHCP servers will be installed and be authorized in the domain, which is not correct. Answer B states that the DHCP servers will be installed but they will not be authorized in the domain because the DHCPINFORM messages cannot reach the domain controllers. This is not the reason that they will not be authorized. Answer D is incorrect because using APIPA addressing does not allow DHCP to operate correctly.


  

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