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  • They would get an IP address from that range without DNS servers or a gateway IP.  They would not get a 169 address.

    Give it a try though, see what happens.

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    • They would get an IP address from that range without DNS servers or a gateway IP.  They would not get a 169 address.

      Give it a try though, see what happens.

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    • The would be assigned an address from the scope, but without the DNS or gateway settings provided

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    • Clients will get an ip address and subnet mask - but as you predict no gateway or dns servers.

      Obviously this will only work for a scope on the same IP network (same ip range) as the dhcp server.

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    • Kylan wrote:

      If I setup a windows server 2016 as a DHCP server

      Do not waste a Windows Server license for such a thing as a DHCP server, especially if that is a plain and standalone one without the DC role. Use a tiny Linux virtual machine instead.

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