Asking for pointers . seems like a 101 type question/


Staff or student has connected a Netgear router to the network, with DHCP
enabled . I discovered this just a day ago, and luckily was able to log on
to the router using default usename and password .I disabled dhcp, and
changed the password..


I cannot physically locate the DHCP device, but I had thought my AD setup
required authorization for a device to become a DHCP device..


Question is - how can I prevent rogue DHCP devices in Active Directory ? Is
this possible ?


Bill Clark

Austine School