The IT Certification Resource Center

Featured Deal

Get CompTIA, Cisco, and Microsoft training courses free for a week.
Learn More ❯

Question 15:

You manage a Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) server on which the DHCP database has become corrupt. You delete the existing database and restore the most recent copy of the DHCP database from your backup media. When you open the DHCP management console and select the Active Leases node of one of the scopes defined for the server, no information about leases is displayed.

What should you do?

A. Restart the DHCP Server service
B. Use the DHCP console to reconcile the scope
C. Restore the latest system state backup to the server
D. From each client, renew the DHCP lease
E. Use the DHCP console to refresh the statistics for the scope