DHCP client deployment options are used to assign information that clients require, such as the IP addresses of routers, DNS servers, and domain names. After you have defined vendor options and DHCP custom option definitions you can assign them as client options.
Mapping of Windows Options to Address Manager Client Options
|Windows Options||Address Manager Client Options|
|Windows Server Options||DHCP Client Options at server level for importing and deploying|
|Windows Scope Options||DHCP Client Options at IP network level for importing and deploying|
|Windows Reservation Options||DHCP Client Options at DHCP Reserved level|
Windows DHCP Options in Address Manager
When you import data from a Managed Windows DHCP server, any existing server-level, scope-level or reservation-level options are included during the import.
Address Manager imports scope-level options at the IP network level. Each imported option appears with a server association in the user interface showing the server from which the option came. If you import the same option from multiple servers, the option appears multiple times at the network level, each with a separate server association. During re-import, any changes you made to scope-level options in Windows are changed on Address Manager.