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    Default Another DHCP ?

    Can anyone explain the "ID", "Binary", and "ASCII" fields in the DHCP user classes configuration window. I know you set up classes to assign different DHCP options to a subset of computers in a scope and I understand you can update that subset with ipconfig /setclassid command, but not real clear on what the three above fields do or how they fit in.

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    The ASCII 'or' binary value must be filled for a class ID and must match the ASCII or binary string at the clients that must join that class.

    Check this TechNet article for more info, including the links at the bottom:
    http://technet2.microsoft.com/Window...bb12e1033.mspx

    I hope this helps...
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