Windows 2000 or NT servers:
On Windows NT or 2000 server systems, use the Microsoft DHCP utilities to set up print server
configuration through BOOTP.
When you use the Windows NT DHCP procedure (with the finite lease duration and adding a
reservation in step 8), the resulting service will respond to BOOTP requests as well as to
DHCP requests from the print server. See
Windows NT Procedure
When you use the Windows 2000 DHCP procedure, the resulting service will respond to
BOOTP requests when you select BOOTP only or Both in step 11d. See
These systems may require third-party software for TFTP support.