Redirect to a text file
IPCONFIG /ALL >My.txt
[ The ">" symbol is what causes the text that normally goes to the video display to "redirect" to a text file instead. Because it is going to the file, you will not see it (at first) on the display, which will just remain black after your command. ]
After you exit the CMD screen, you can run notepad (or wordpad) to open the "My.txt" and then copy and paste freely.
Follow this instruction ...
DHCP Client Service may not automatically. When you attempt to start the Service manually, the following error may be displayed:
Error: Could not start the DHCP Client Service on local computer
Error 1068: The dependency service or group failed to start.Resolution
The DHCP Client Service in Windows XP, depends on these three components:
If one of the above drivers fail to start, then the DHCP Client Service may not start.Step I - Make sure that the three driver files are present
Open Windows Explorer and navigate to %Windir%\System32\Drivers folder. Make sure that the following files are present in the folder:
If one or more of the above driver files are missing, extract them from the Windows XP CD-ROM or from the ServicePackFiles\i386 folder, whichever is the latest version.Step II - Verify the number of Dependencies
From other sources in the Web, I've found that some versions of Norton Antivirus (NAV) adds an entry to the DHCP Service Dependencies, and removing NAV does not remove the appropriate value from the DHCP Dependencies.
To quickly determine the Dependency services for DHCP Client Service, type the following command in Start, Run dialog:
CMD /K SC QC DHCP
Verify the output. It should be exactly as below:
[SC] GetServiceConfig SUCCESS
TYPE : 20 WIN32_SHARE_PROCESS
START_TYPE : 2 AUTO_START
ERROR_CONTROL : 1 NORMAL
BINARY_PATH_NAME : C:\WINDOWS\system32\svchost.exe -k netsvcs
LOAD_ORDER_GROUP : TDI
TAG : 0
DISPLAY_NAME : DHCP Client
DEPENDENCIES : Tcpip
SERVICE_START_NAME : LocalSystem
If additional entries are listed under DEPENDENCIES...
If any other additional drivers or Services are mentioned in the DEPENDENCIES section, you need to remove them via the registry. Follow these steps:
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE \ SYSTEM \ CurrentControlSet \ Services \ Dhcp
Next step is to verify that the three dependency components are running. As the three components are actually the Kernel Drivers (Driver Service), you need to manage then via the Device Manager. Follow these steps:
- TCP/IP Protocol Driver
- NetBios over Tcpip
Message Edited by sbinh on 03-23-2006 07:44 PM
Thank you for the advice.
I tried everything listed, but the 3 files were present in c:\windows\system32\drivers, the dependencies printed out exactly as you listed, and the components were all set to System startup and were already started when I looked at them in the device manager. I appreciate the help and if anyone has any other suggestions, I would be very grateful.
I'm not sure about this. I checked the TCP/IP Advanced settings against the computer I am writing from, and they were the same. There was no WINS address listed in either case. When I did ipconfig /all on this computer, it also indicated that WINS was not enabled.
A difference that I saw with this computer is that in the Local Area Connection Properties of the machine not working, I have choices for a Client Service for NetWare and related items (NW Link NetBIOS and NWLink IPX/SPX/NetBIOS Compatible Transport Protocol. However, all 3 of these items are unchecked.
Personally I would remove all that Novell and IPX/SPX stuff. I believe the (only) client you need is Client for Windows
At least that is all I / we use in Windows 2003 server "Domain" environment at my work place.