Question : DHCP in SBS 2008

I'd like to have DHCP to hand out IP addresses starting at 100 on the last octet through 254.  You used to be able to set the "address range for distribution" to anything you wanted.  Now I see no way to modify it from its range.  Without setting up reservations or multiple exclusion ranges is there a quick way to reserve IP addresses below for our static IP machines?


Answer : DHCP in SBS 2008

You can still modify the DHCP scope in Administrative tools DHCP. Open the DHCP manager and expand the server, then IPv4, right click on the scope and click properties, then change the last octet Start Address to 100
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