Enabling DHCP on Windows 10/8/7: A Simple How-To Guide

Enabling DHCP on Windows 10/8/7: A Simple How-To Guide

How to Enable DHCP In Windows 10/8/7
To enable DHCP on your Windows 10, 8, or 7 computer, follow these steps:

Open the Control Panel.
Click on Network and Internet.
Click on Network and Sharing Center.
In the left panel, click on Change adapter settings.
Right-click on the network adapter that you want to enable DHCP for and select Properties.
In the network adapter properties window, click on the Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) or Internet Protocol Version 6 (TCP/IPv6) entry, then click on the Properties button.
In the Internet Protocol properties window, select the Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically options.
Click on OK to save the changes and enable DHCP for the selected network adapter.
Note: If you're not sure which network adapter to enable DHCP for, you can check the network connections on your computer by following these steps:

Open the Control Panel.
Click on Network and Internet.
Click on Network and Sharing Center.
In the left panel, click on Change adapter settings.
All of the network adapters on your computer will be listed in the Network Connections window. Look for the one that is currently connected to the network (it will have a green arrow icon next to it) and enable DHCP for that adapter.



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