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Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Scope.Monitor.BOOTPScopeFull
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Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.IPv4Runtime.Monitor.RogueDetection.2

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Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.IPv4Runtime.Monitor.LeaseIssuance


Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.IPv4Runtime.Monitor.Backup
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Database.Monitor.DatabaseCorrupt
                                              Name


Backup restoration failed

BOOTP scope has reached its capacity
Communication was interrupted between critical network infrastructure components
Configuration issues of DHCP security groups

Dependent service failed to start correctly


DHCP backup failed




DHCP client used an unknown option

DHCP database contains orphaned entries
DHCP database corrupted

DHCP Scope delay is not configured correctly

DHCP scope for IPv4 addresses has reached its capacity
DHCP Server configuration change monitoring - Activity Logging

DHCP server failed to initialize properly


DHCP server is not authorized in AD
DHCP Server is not configured correctly




DHCP server is unable to communicate with an NPS server
DHCP Server service does not have a static IP address

DHCP Server service failed to initialize properly

DHCP Server service failed to initialize properly
DHCP Service Running Monitor

DHCPv6 scope has reached its capacity
DHCPv6 server failed to initialize properly
DHCPv6 Server service failed to initialize properly

DLL exception has occurred

DLL exception occurred or the DHCP server is unable to access AD

DLL exception occurred or the DHCP server is unable to access AD

DNS Registration issues

Incorrect BOOTP configuration
Interface change not recognized

Link Layer Based Filtering is not configured correctly
Mismatch of DHCP and its database
Name Protection is not configured correctly




Network connectivity was interrupted by a rogue DHCP Server

One or more DHCPv6 Server service components failed to initialize properly




Rogue DHCP Server was detected on the network




Unable to access the audit log file




Unable to access the audit log file path




Unable to access the audit log file path for DHCP
Unable to access the audit log file path for DHCPv6
Unable to establish AD authorization

Unable to ping client for lease issuance


Unable to restore the registry
Versioning mismatch of DHCP and its database
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                                        Alert Message


Backup restoration failed

BOOTP scope has reached its capacity
Communication was interrupted between critical network infrastructure components
Configuration issues of DHCP security groups

Dependent service failed to start correctly


DHCP backup failed




DHCP client used an unknown option

DHCP database contains orphaned entries
DHCP database corrupted

DHCP Scope delay is not configured correctly

DHCP scope for IPv4 addresses has reached its capacity
DHCP Server configuration change monitoring - Activity Logging

DHCP server failed to initialize properly


DHCP server is not authorized in AD
DHCP Server is not configured correctly




DHCP server is unable to communicate with an NPS server
DHCP Server service does not have a static IP address

DHCP Server service failed to initialize properly

DHCP Server service failed to initialize properly
DHCP Service Running Monitor

DHCPv6 scope has reached its capacity
DHCPv6 server failed to initialize properly
DHCPv6 Server service failed to initialize properly

DLL exception has occurred

DLL exception occurred or the DHCP server is unable to access AD

DLL exception occurred or the DHCP server is unable to access AD

DNS Registration issues

Incorrect BOOTP configuration
Interface change not recognized

Link Layer Based Filtering is not configured correctly
Mismatch of DHCP and its database
Name Protection is not configured correctly




Network connectivity was interrupted by a rogue DHCP Server

One or more DHCPv6 Server service components failed to initialize properly




Rogue DHCP Server was detected on the network




Unable to access the audit log file




Unable to access the audit log file path




Unable to access the audit log file path for DHCP
Unable to access the audit log file path for DHCPv6
Unable to establish AD authorization

Unable to ping client for lease issuance


Unable to restore the registry
Versioning mismatch of DHCP and its database
Run As Profiles
                                                Description
Maintaining a backup of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) database protects you from
data loss in the event of data corruption or a hard disk failure. There are three backup methods
supported by the DHCP Server service: - Synchronous backups that occur automatically. The default
backup intervalProtocol (BOOTP) is a host configuration backups,developed before Dynamic Host
The Bootstrap is 60 minutes. - Asynchronous (manual) protocol performed by using the Backup
Configuration Protocol (DHCP). DHCP improves on BOOTP and resolves its limitations as a host
For proper network communication service the Dynamic Host Configuration addresses for BOOTP
configuration service. The BOOTPbetween can request Internet Protocol (IP)Protocol (DHCP) server
and other network services, such as Active Directory Domain Services and Winsock, be able to create
To function properly, the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) service must the DHCP server
or look up the Host ConfigurationDHCP Administrators local groups. a process that runs in the
The Dynamic DHCP Users and Protocol (DHCP) Server service is
background on a computer running Windows Server and provides IP addresses to clients. The
Dynamic Hostbackup of the Dynamic (DHCP) Server service is dependent database services: you from
Maintaining a Configuration Protocol Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) on these protects Service
data loss in the event of data corruption or a hard disk failure. There are three backup methods
supported by the DHCP Server service: - Synchronous backups that occur automatically. The default
backup interval is 60 minutes. - Asynchronous (manual) backups, performed by usingProtocol (IP)
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) uses options to pass additional Internet the Backup
settings to DHCP clients on a network. Examples of DHCP options include:

- The default gateway IP address
- The Domain Name System (DNS) server IP address
- The DNS domain name

Before Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) clients can use a DHCP server for the server
You can configure options for an entire server, a scope, or for a single reserved client. If dynamic
Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) configuration, you must define and activate
scopes forintegrity refers to theA scope is the full, consecutive range of possible Internet Protocol (IP)
Database your DHCP clients. ability of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) database to
function properly, maintaining delay employs astate.
Split-scope configuration with an uncorrupted secondary DHCP server with a time delay that is
configured in its scope properties. The time delay on the secondary DHCP server causes it to respond
Internet Protocol (IP) DISCOVER requests by the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server
with a delay to DHCP addresses are leased from DHCP clients, enabling the primary DHCP server to
to its clients. Each lease has an expiration date, which the client must renew if it is going to continue to
use that IP address. The DHCP server cannot issue leases to clients if the number of available IP
DHCP activityHost Configuration Protocol version 6 (DHCPv6)Server configurationprocess that runs in
The Dynamic logging allows Administrators to monitor DHCP Server service is a changes.
the background on a computer running Windows Server and that provides Internet Protocol version 6
(IPv6) configured to clients.and authorized for use on a network, Dynamic Host lease both Internet
When addresses correctly Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) can Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) servers provide a useful administrative service. However, a misconfigured or unauthorized
DHCP server can cause problems. For example, if an unauthorized DHCP server starts, it might begin
either leasing incorrect IPserver addressclients or negatively acknowledging DHCP clients that attempt
An invalid alternate DNS addresses to or port binding is preventing the DHCP server from leasing to
clients. Access Protection (NAP) is a health policy creation, enforcement, and remediation technology
Network
that is included in Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2.
With NAP, system administrators can enforce health requirements, which can include software
requirements, security update requirements, required computer configurations, and other settings.
Dynamic Host Configurationand bindings must enforcement includes a DHCP NAP enforcement server
The DHCP server interface Protocol (DHCP) be configured correctly. The correct configuration of a
static interface is required.
When the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server service initializes, it checks for proper
configuration of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), including the presence of a
static IP address. Successful initialization results(DHCP) Server service initializes, it checks for proper
When the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol when the DHCP server has established network
configuration of Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), including the presence of a
static IP address. Successful initialization results when the DHCP server has established network
The DHCP service is not servicing any clients because none of the active network interfaces have
staticallyProtocol v6 (IPv6) addresses there are no activeDynamic Host Configuration Protocol IPv6
Internet configured IP addresses, or are leased by the interfaces.
(DHCPv6) server to its clients. Each lease has an expiration date, which the client must renew if it is
going to continue to use that IPv6 address. The DHCPv6 server cannot issue leases to clients if the
The DHCPv6 server failed its initialization.
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol version 6 (DHCPv6) Server service is a process that runs in
the background on a computer running Windows Server and that provides Internet Protocol version 6
(IPv6) addresses toof the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server lease both Internetto
General availability clients. Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) can refers to its ability
service clients. General availability depends on: - Proper authorization of the DHCP server - Presence
of ActiveavailabilityDomain Services - Successful loading of the (DHCP) server refers to its ability to
General Directory of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DHCP dynamic-link libraries (DLLs)
service clients. General availability depends on: - Proper authorization of the DHCP server - Presence
of ActiveavailabilityDomain Services - Successful loading of the (DHCP) server refers to its ability to
General Directory of the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol DHCP dynamic-link libraries (DLLs)
service clients. General availability depends on: - Proper authorization of the DHCP server - Presence
of Active configure the Dynamic Host-Configuration Protocol the DHCP dynamic-link to impersonate an
You can Directory Domain Services Successful loading of (DHCP) Server service libraries (DLLs)
account to perform Domain Name service (DNS) registrations and secure dynamic updates. The
The Bootstrap can be used to configure the impersonation credentials. You before Dynamic Host
Netsh.exe tool Protocol (BOOTP) is a host configuration protocol developed must create a dedicated
Configuration Protocol (DHCP). DHCP improves on BOOTP and resolves its limitations as a host
configuration service. To configure your DHCP server to assign with which the Dynamic Host
When the network interfaces or Internet Protocol (IP) addresses Internet Protocol (IP) address
Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server is configuredfor the issuance orserver might not recognizeIP
Link layer filtering provides network access control are changed, the denial of DHCP leases of these
addresses based on a media access control (MAC) address. Link layer filtering can be configured at the
Database for all clients across to IPv4 scopes. This previous currently available only Host
IPv4 node migration allows you all migrate or convert feature isversions of the Dynamic for IPv4
Configuration Protocol (DHCP)Windows Server prevents name squatting by non-Windows-based
The use of name protection in database to the DHCP in current or latest version of Windows operating
computers in the network. and authorized for use on a network, Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol
When configured correctly
(DHCP) servers provide a useful administrative service. However, a misconfigured or unauthorized
DHCP server can cause problems. For example, if an unauthorized DHCP server starts, it might begin
either leasing incorrect IP addresses to clients or negatively acknowledging DHCP clients that attempt
to renew current address leases. Protocol version 6issues, DHCP servers are is a process that runs in
The Dynamic Host Configuration To resolve these (DHCPv6) Server service verified as authorized
the background on a computer running Windows Server and that provides Internet Protocol version 6
(IPv6) configured to clients.and authorized for use on a network, Dynamic Host lease both Internet
When addresses correctly Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) can Configuration Protocol
(DHCP) servers provide a useful administrative service. However, a misconfigured or unauthorized
DHCP server can cause problems. For example, if an unauthorized DHCP server starts, it might begin
either leasing incorrect IP addresses to clients or negatively acknowledging DHCP clients that attempt
to renew current address leases. To resolve these issues, DHCP servers are featuresas authorized in
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers include several logging verified and server
parameters that provide enhanced auditing capabilities. You can specify the following features:

- The file path in which the DHCP server stores audit log files.
- A maximum size restriction
- An interval for disk checking
- A minimum size requirement
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers include several logging features and server
parameters that provide enhanced auditing capabilities. You can specify the following features:

- The file path in which the DHCP server stores audit log files.
- A maximum size restriction (in megabytes) for the total amount of disk space available for all audit log
files created and stored by the DHCP service.
- An interval for disk checking that is used to determine how many times the DHCP server writes audit
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) servers include several logging features and server
parameters that provide enhanced auditing capabilities. You can specify the following features:

- The file path in which the DHCP server stores audit log files.
- A maximum size restriction
- An interval for disk checking
- A minimum size requirement
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol version 6 (DHCPv6) servers include several logging features and
server parameters that provide enhanced auditing capabilities. You might need to configure log settings
to prevent the log from filling up or to give the server permissions to write to the log. You can configure
the following properties to keep your DHCP server logs healthy:

- The audit log file path
- A maximum size restriction
- Anproper authorization and operation, the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server relies
For interval for disk checking
Internet Protocol (IP) addresses are leased configuration. The DHCP server must find a valid directory
on a valid Active Directory Domain Servicesby the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server
to its clients. Each lease has an expiration date, which the client must renew if it is going to continue to
use that IP address. Ifof the Dynamic Host enabled, the DHCP server pingsdatabase protectsassigning
Maintaining a backup conflict detection is Configuration Protocol (DHCP) the client before you from
data loss in the event of data corruption or a hard disk failure. There are three backup methods
supported by the DHCP Server service: - Synchronous backups that occur automatically. The default
backup interval is 60allows you- to migrate or convert previous versions of the by using the Backup
Database migration minutes. Asynchronous (manual) backups, performed Dynamic Host
Configuration Protocol (DHCP) database to the DHCP in current or latest version of Windows operating
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Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role.PerformanceCollection.V6.ReleasesPerSecond
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role.PerformanceCollection.V6.RenewsPerSecond
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role.PerformanceCollection.V6.RequestsPerSecond
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role.PerformanceCollection.V6.SolicitsPerSecond
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role.PerformanceCollection.AcksPerSecond
                                       Name                               Enabled
Rule for event collection - IPv6                                        TRUE
Rule for event collection - .Lease Declined                             TRUE
Rule for event collection - Client Cleanup                              TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database clean up                           TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database clean up started                   TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database conversion                         TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database conversion in progress             TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database initialization failure             TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database path failure                       TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database restoration completed              TRUE
Rule for event collection - Database restoration failure                TRUE
Rule for event collection - DDNS Update request events                  TRUE
Rule for event collection - DDNS Update Successful                      TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP audit Log append Failure               TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP audit log initialization failure       TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP audit log move failure                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP authorized and started                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP bad audit path                         TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP BOOTP file table read failure          TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP BOOTP Global Filename Read Failure     TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Callout Failure                        TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Callout Load Exception                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Callout Load Failure                   TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Cannot Locate Domain                   TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Configuration Initialization Failure   TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP database backup                        TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP database cleanup                       TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Domain Authorization Unchecked         TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Domain Authorized                      TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Domain Authorized And Started          TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Domain Not Authorized                  TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Domain Recently Upgraded               TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Domain Unauthorized                    TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Dynamic Address Detected               TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Failed To Locate a DC                  TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Initialized and Ready                  TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Interface Notification Failed          TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Local Users Group Failure              TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Not Authorized                         TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP not bound to static IP address         TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Other Server Detected                  TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Ping Failure                           TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Recently Upgraded                      TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Registry Configuration Backup Error    TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Registry Restore Failure               TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP server configuration changes           TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Server service                        TRUE
Rule for event collection - DHCP Unauthorized                          TRUE
Rule for event collection - Failure in loading of database             TRUE
Rule for event collection - Failure of database backup                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - Incorrect DNS Credentials                  TRUE
Rule for event collection - Init Data Failed Events                    TRUE
Rule for event collection - Init Registry Failed                       TRUE
Rule for event collection - Init RPC Failed                            TRUE
Rule for event collection - IPv4 Boot Full                             TRUE
Rule for event collection - IPv4 Low Address Warning                   TRUE
Rule for event collection - IPv4 NACK Issued                           TRUE
Rule for event collection - IPv4 Released Leases                       TRUE
Rule for event collection - IPv4 Scope Full                            TRUE
Rule for event collection - IPv6 Scope                                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - Jet database errors                        TRUE
Rule for event collection - Jet database warnings                      TRUE
Rule for event collection - Link Layer based filtering                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - Name Protection feature                    TRUE
Rule for event collection - NAP IAS Helper Connect Failure             TRUE
Rule for event collection - network failure                            TRUE
Rule for event collection - No DNS Credentials on DC                   TRUE
Rule for event collection - Orphaned Entries Deleted                   TRUE
Rule for event collection - Registration Failure                       TRUE
Rule for event collection - Rogue DHCP Server Detected                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - SBS DHCP Detected Other DHCP Server        TRUE
Rule for event collection - Scope with delay configuration             TRUE
Rule for event collection - Script Trace                               TRUE
Rule for event collection - Service Initialization                     TRUE
Rule for event collection - success of callout dll                     TRUE
Rule for event collection - Unknown IPv4 Option Events                 TRUE
Rule for event collection - Winsock Failed                             TRUE
Rule for event collection - Winsock Failed                             TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Active Queue Length             TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Average Milliseconds / Packet   TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Conflict Check Queue Length     TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Declines / Second               TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Denied due to match             TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Denied Due To Non Match         TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Discovers / Second              TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Duplicates Dropped / Second     TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Informs / Second                TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Nacks / Second                  TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Offer Queue Length              TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Offers / Second                 TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Packets Expired / Second        TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Packets Received / Second       TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Releases / Second               TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Requests / Second            TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 Acks Per Second            TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 ActiveQueueLength          TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 AdvertisesPerSecond        TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 ConfirmsPerSecond          TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 DeclinesPerSecond          TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 DuplicatesDroppedSecond    TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 InformsPerSecond           TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 MillisecondsPerPacketAvg   TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 PacketsExpiredPerSecond    TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 PacketsReceivedPerSecond   TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 RebindsPerSecond           TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 ReleasesPerSecond          TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 RenewsPerSecond            TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 RequestsPerSecond          TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCPv6 SolicitsPerSecond          TRUE
Rule for performance collection - DHCP Acks Per Second              TRUE
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                                              Description


This rule reports when an error occurs cleaning up pending client records




This rule reports when an DDNS update is requested
This rule reports when a DDNS update successfully completes
This rule reports when DHCP cannot append to the audit log
This rule reports when DHCP cannot initialize the audit log
This rule reports when DHCP cannot move the audit log
This rule reports when DHCP is authorized and started and is servicing clients
This rule reports when DHCP is unable to access the audit file path
This rule reports when DHCP cannot read the DHCP BOOTP file table from the registry
This rule reports when DHCP failed to read the global BOOTP filename from the registry
This rule reports when an exception occurs calling out to the installed callout .dll file
This rule reports the installed callout .dll file causes an exception
This rule reports when DHCP fails to load a callout .dll
This rule reports when DHCP cannot locate the domain
This rule reports when DHCP fails to initialize its configuration parameters


This rule reports when DHCP has not determined domain authorization
This rule reports when DHCP is authorized in the domain
This rule reports when DHCP is authorized in the domain and is servicing clients
This rule reports when DHCP is not authorized in the domain
This rules reports when DHCP was recently upgraded and domain authorized to start
This rule reports when DHCP is not authorized in the domain
This rule reports when DHCP detects a dynamic IP address
This rule reports when DHCP could not contact a domain controller
This rule reports when DHCP is ready to service clients
This rule reports when DHCP detects an interface notification problem
This rule reports when DHCP cannot create or read the DHCP local users group
The rule reports when the server is not authorized to start
This DHCP service is not servicing any clients because none of the active network interfaces have
statically configured IP addresses, or there are no active interfaces.
This rule reports when this DHCP workgroup server detects a domain server
This rule reports when DHCP was unable to ping for a new address
This rule reports when DHCP was recently upgraded and authorized to start
This rule reports when an error occurs backing up the registry
This rule reports when an error occurs restoring the to monitor the configuration changes of the DHCP
DHCP activity logging, allows DHCP Administrators DHCP registry configuration
Servers. DHCP Administrators would use this feature for network security / IT compliance auditing
This rule reports when DHCP is unauthorized


This rule reports when DHCP cannot use the credentials provided for DNS registrations
This rule reports when DHCP is unable to initialize its global parameters
This rule reports when the DHCP server failed to initialize its registry parameters
This rule reports when the DHCP server failed to start as a RPC server
This rule reports all IPv4 BOOTP requests that could not be filled due to lack of available addresses
This rule reports all IPv4 scopes that are running low on available leases
This rule reports all IPv4 NACKS issued by the DHCP server
This rule reports all released IPv4 leases
This rule reports on all IPv4 scopes that are out of available leases




Rule to collect all the event pertaining to Link Layer based filtering.
This rule is to collect event specific to Name Protection feature.

This rule reports when DHCP is running on a domain controller but does not have specific credentials
for registering DNS information orphaned entries deleted in the configuration due to the deletion of a
This rule reports when there are
class or option definition
This rule reports when the DHCP service could not register with the Service Controller
This rule reports when DHCP detects an unauthorized DHCP server on the same network
This rule reports when an SBS DHCP server detects another DHCP server
This rule is to collect all the events pertaining to delayed offer configuration on scope.




This rule reports all IPv4 DHCP client requests that contained a request for an unknown DHCP option
This rule reports when winsock initialization fails
This rule reports when the DHCP server failed to initialize its Winsock data
                      ID
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role
                     Name                     Attributes          Base Class
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.Role   Public,Hosted   Windows Computer Role
                                           Description
The Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) Server service is a process that runs in the
background on a computer running Windows Server and provides IP addresses to clients.
     Referenced Management Pack File      Version
Data Warehouse Library                 6.0.6278.0
Health Library                         6.0.6278.0
Performance Library                    6.0.6278.0
System Center Core Library             6.0.6278.0
System Library                         6.0.6278.0
Windows Core Library                   6.0.6278.0
                    ID                                   File Name
Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server   Microsoft.Windows.2008R2.DHCP.Server.mp
   Version   Description
6.0.6709.0
                          ID                         Name       Accessibility
Microsoft.SystemCenter.LocalAgentElevatedAccount   Reserved   Public
                                        Context
ManagementPackElement=Microsoft.SystemCenter.HealthService in
ManagementPack:[Name=Microsoft.SystemCenter.Library, KeyToken=31bf3856ad364e35,
Comment                        Description
          This profile is reserved and must not be used.

				
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